Event type properties
* New for 9.5 *
Event types have the following properties:
The category to which the event type belongs. The event categories
are Asynchronous, Exception, and Timer. You can create custom Asynchronous
and Timer events.
The following tabs contain additional properties of the event
Specifies the XML Schema Definition (XSD) of the data elements for
the event data. The XSD describes the data elements reported on
the event, the data types of the elements, and the order and multiplicity
of each element.
Specifies the XSD of the data elements for the event message
data. The XSD describes the data elements for asynchronous event types,
the data types of the elements, and the order and multiplicity of
Specifies how the settings for the event type are configured
and include the following properties:
Specifies the order in which processes handle simultaneous events.
Valid values for priority are from 1 to 9, with 9 being the highest priority.
Sets how severe the AEM forms Server
considers the event. Severity does not necessarily drive the priority.
Severity is one of LOW, MEDIUM, or HIGH. In most cases, a HIGH severity
event requires you to use high priority handling.
Indicates whether the event type is
initially Active or Inactive. An active event type indicates that
events of that type can be thrown or received. If the event type
is inactive, events of that type are not thrown or received. When
the event type is reactivated, events are thrown or received again
from that time forward
Indicates whether the event type
is deactivated Upon Notification or Never. Upon Notification deactivates
the event type when the listeners have acknowledged receipt of the
event. Never specifies that the event type is never deactivated.
Display the properties of event types
* New for 9.5 *
To display the properties of an event type, complete one of the
If the Events view is not visible, select Window >
Show View > Events.
In the Events view, double-click an
In the process diagram, right-click the event, and select
In the process diagram, select the event, and in the Process
Properties view, click Event Properties.