Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Developing Apama Applications | Developing Apama Applications in Event Modeler | File Definition Formats | Function definition file format | Defining metadata in function definition files | Defining the version element
Defining the version element
The version element must contain one of each of the following elements in the following order. Use the version element to maintain updates to your function. In the Function Catalogs panel, when you click a function, the values you specified in the version element (except for the contents of comments) appear in the middle pane.
*id — Identifier for this version of your function. Typically, a version number.
*date — Date the function was written.
*author — Name of the person who wrote the function.
*comments — Any information about the function that you want to provide. This information appears only in the .fdf file; it does not appear in the Event Modeler.
For example:
   <date>7 November 2006</date>
   <author>Matthew Amos</author>
   <comments>External function</comments>

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