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What's New in Apama 5.1.1
Apama 5.1.1 includes the following enhancements:
*The correlator now parses incoming events from different connections in parallel. This improves performance when many adapters or clients are sending events to the correlator.
*Apama dashboards now support IBM WebSphere Application Server 8.5.5. Apama's correlator-integrated messaging for JMS feature also now supports WAS 8.5.5.
*Apama Studio can now export an Ant launch configuration that accommodates changes to your application. This means you need to export the launch configuration only once even if you subsequently add, remove or edit a file in your application. In previous releases, to ensure that your exported scripts were in sync with your application you had to re-export the launch configuration each time you changed your application.
To turn on the new export-once behavior, select the new Generate initialization list during launch option when exporting an Ant launch configuration from Apama Studio. The exported launch configuration contains the location of your project directory. When the exported deployment script is executed, the file initialization list is generated from the project directory.
If you select Generate initialization list during launch then any scenario files are always converted to monitor files at the time of injection to the correlator.
For details, see Exporting to a deployment script.
*Search attributes can now be exposed for Apama MemoryStore application tables that are stored in Terracotta BigMemory caches. Turning this configurable capability on enables BigMemory clients to query data stored by Apama applications in BigMemory caches. The default is that search attributes are not exposed.
For more information, see Using the distributed MemoryStore.
*Apama applications now support the use of Software AG Event-Driven Architecture (EDA) event types. In Apama Studio, you can generate Apama event type definitions from EDA event definition schemas and you can map these Apama event definitions to JMS messages that communicate with EDA applications. For details, see Using EDA events in Apama applications.

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