Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Using Apama with Software AG Designer | Overview of Developing Apama Applications
Overview of Developing Apama Applications
Starting Software AG Designer
Demos and tutorials
The Apama interface
The Apama Workbench perspective
The Apama Developer perspective
The Apama Runtime perspective
About Apama projects
Building Apama projects
Launching Apama projects
Apama runs in Software AG Designer, which provides an integrated environment for developing Apama applications. The process of developing an Apama application is centered around an Apama project. In Software AG Designer, you create an Apama project and then proceed as follows:
*Create new Apama resources for the application.
*Include standard, pre-packaged Apama resources.
*Include existing Apama resources from other projects or applications.
*Specify configuration properties necessary for launching the application.
*Run and monitor the application.
*Export the initialization information necessary for deploying the application.
When you add resources to your application, Software AG Designer creates the resource's metadata and launches the appropriate editor where you add the code to implement its behavior. As you create the resource's application code, Software AG Designer automatically validates it. Where necessary, Software AG Designer launches the Apama tool (such as Query Designer or Dashboard Builder) that is appropriate to the specific resource being added.

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