Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Developing Apama Applications | Developing Apama Applications in Event Modeler | Using Event Modeler | Working in the Event Flow panel | Interacting with states | The finished status
The finished status
To inject a scenario into the correlator, or for the Export EPL functionality to be available, all its states must be finished.
For a state to be finished, all its rules must be properly defined. This means that they need to have valid fully specified conditions, and if any action statements have been added to them, those also need to be fully specified.
You can ascertain visually whether a state is finished or not by how its name is displayed in the Event Flow panel. If the name is in regular black font, then the state is finished. On the other hand, a red italic font for the name indicates that the state is unfinished, that is one or more of its nested rules are not fully defined.
Note also that if the scenario has changed since the last time it was saved to a file, it must be saved again before you can export it.

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