SBM Orchestration Guide → Orchestration User Interface → Event Definition Property Editor → General Tab of the Event Definition Property Editor
This tab is displayed when you select an event definition in App Explorer. It is also displayed when you double-click an event definition in the event definition editor. In App Explorer, event definitions are displayed under the Application Links heading in an orchestration, and can be displayed under the External Events subheading under Orchestration Links in an application.
|Name||The name of the event definition.|
The name of the external product or application raising the event associated with the event definition.
|Event definition source||
The origin of the event definition:
|Description||An optional description.|
|Event definition version||The version number from .mtd or .wsdl file.|
The instance of the event definition. This information is used to distinguish between event definitions used by the same product.
|Export event definition||Saves the .mtd or .wsdl file for the event definition to the file system of your computer, so it can be imported into any application or orchestration. For more information, see About Application Links and Event Definitions.|
Reimports the .mtd or .wsdl file. This button is only available for existing event definitions.
|Regenerate||Regenerates the event definition. This button is only available for event definitions that were automatically generated from an event in an application. Use this button to regenerate the event definition if the changes you made to the event do not appear in the event definition editor.|
|Export external event WSDL||Saves the
.wsdl file for the event definition to the file
system of your computer, so it can be used to raise an event from any external
product that can call
Note: This button is only available for new event definitions. For more information, see About Application Links and Event Definitions.
|Convert to custom event definition||Converts an event definition that was created in another
process app or created manually into a custom event definition that you can
Note: This button is available for any event definition that was created in and exported from SBM Composer. It is also available for a manually-created event definition, if its structure and naming conventions are consistent with those of custom event definitions created by SBM Composer.
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