SBM Orchestration Guide → Orchestration User Interface → Map Workflow to Event Definition Dialog Box
This dialog box opens when you add a new event map from the Event Map tab on an asynchronous orchestration workflow Property Editor. It lets you associate an orchestration workflow with an event definition. In this dialog box, you select from the events that the event definition can raise, and select an orchestration workflow that is compatible with the selected event. You can also use this dialog box to create a new orchestration workflow.
You can associate an orchestration workflow with more than one event but the events must be compatible. Event compatibility is determined by the content of the Extension element in the Custom data section of the event definition editor. If two different elements have the same information in the Extensions element, then the same orchestration workflow can handle both events.
|Event definition||The name of the event definition. This field is read-only.|
The version number of the event definition. This information is used to distinguish between event definitions used by the same product.
The name of the external product or application raising the event associated with the event definition.
The instance of the event definition. This information is used to distinguish between event definitions used by the same product.
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.
Select the object type to associate with the orchestration workflow.
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.
Select the event type to associate with the orchestration workflow.
|Workflow||Select an existing orchestration workflow or select [New Workflow] to create a new one. This should be the orchestration workflow that you want to run when an event with the selected values is received by the Event Manager.|
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