Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Developing Apama Applications | Developing Apama Applications in EPL | Defining Monitors | Adding service monitor bundles to your project
Adding service monitor bundles to your project
Depending on what your Apama application does, it might require one or more provided service monitors. Apama organizes service monitors into bundles. To use the service, you add the bundle to your Apama project in Software AG Designer. See also Specifying the project bundles properties.
When the bundle has been added in Software AG Designer, expand the bundle directory to see the contents. To understand exactly what each service monitor provides, open the service's EPL file. The comments in the EPL file explain the purpose of each service monitor and how to use it.
You can also write your own service monitors. Best practices for doing this include:
*Follow good engineering practices for defining message exchange protocols.
*Copy the conventions used in the Apama-provided service monitors as these monitors implement common patterns.

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