Event Manager

The Event Manager sub-tab shows the runtime logging messages that were triggered due to orchestration events or ALF events, including the source of the event, the time the event occurred, and the user who caused the event to be raised.

On the Event Manager sub-tab, you can:

The following high-level information is available for each event:
Column Description
Event ID

The unique ID of the event.

Event Type

The event type that together with the object type, defines this mapping to the Event Manager. The event type identifies what occurs to trigger the event. If the event is defined in SBM Composer for the Application Engine, it is constructed using application, state, and transition names.

Object Type

The object type that together with the event type, defines this mapping to the Event Manager. The object type identifies the type of object or record that triggers the event type.

The status of the event:
  • Received: No orchestration workflows are mapped to the event, or the orchestration workflows mapped to the event were not created due to a system failure.
  • Started: The orchestration workflow processing started.
  • Complete: The orchestration workflow processing completed successfully.
  • Failed: At least one orchestration workflow associated with the event failed.
  • Unknown: The status cannot be determined due to a bad event ID or missing event processing data.
Logged On

The date and time the event was logged.

Logged By

The user who logged the event.

Last Processed On

The last time the event was processed.


The number of attempts that have occurred.