Last published at: May 14th, 2024

Remove event subscriber

Allow the user to remove the selected subscriber from the list as shown below:



Event usage

Shows event activity stored within the system.


Displays event usage by events:

Managing event definitions

Events definitions can be managed by selecting the “ManageEvent Definitions” menu item.  

New even definition can be created as shown below:

Event parameters

Each event definition has a unique set of event parameters.  To view the parameters, select an event definition, and select “ViewParams”.

Following are the event parameters for the event “artificialWait”:


Table view

Event definitions can be viewed in a table display using the “ViewTable” menu item.

Managing event handlers

Event handlers can be managed using the following UI:


New event handlers can be created by selecting “ActionsCreate” menu item as shown below:


Edit event handler

Allows the user to edit the event handler properties as shown below:



Select “ActionsEdit” menu item to edit the event handler properties, as shown below:


Remove event handler

Removes the selected event handler from the list as shown below:




Export event handler

Exports the selected event handler in XML format, as shown below:



Auto-detect event handler

Auto-detect functionality allows the user to detect and configure event handlers along with its configuration information.



Table view

The table view displays the event handlers in a table view.


Generate events

The user can generate events with event parameters and values into the ESB using below shown UI.

Select an event, add event parameters and values, and click the “Generate Event” button to publish the event to the ESB.