Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Developing Apama Applications | Developing Apama Applications in Event Modeler
Developing Apama Applications in Event Modeler
Overview of Using Event Modeler
Using Event Modeler
Using Standard Blocks
Using Functions in Event Modeler
Creating Blocks
Working with Blocks Created from Scenarios
File Definition Formats
Note: Event Modeler is deprecated. Support for creating and deploying scenarios will be removed in a future release. It is recommended that you use EPL or queries to build new Apama applications.
This part provides information and instructions for defining independent, real-time, business strategies, referred to as scenarios. Each scenario can contain any number of states, and transitions between states happen according to rules that you define.
You use the Event Modeler to create scenarios. You inject completed scenarios into the correlator, and then use a dashboard to create and configure one or more instances of the scenario. Each scenario instance listens for particular events or sequences of events. When the scenario instance finds events or sequences of interest, it performs specified actions according to the rules defined in the scenario.
After you develop a scenario in Event Modeler, you use Dashboard Builder to create a graphical dashboard for the scenario. The dashboard lets end users create and interact with scenario instances through an intuitive and easy to manipulate graphical user interface, which is described in Building and Using Apama Dashboards.
It is assumed that you have read Introduction to Apama, which introduces scenario concepts, discusses the scenario development lifecycle, and covers Apama architecture and other Apama concepts.

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