Receiving event throws
Processes receive events to react to events
when they are thrown.
are activities that
you add to the process diagram of long-lived processes. Event receives
react to event throws during the process that they belong to is executing.
Event receives cannot be added to short-lived
Event receives appear as icons on the process diagram. Event
receives can have routes that begin or terminate at the event in
the same way that operations do. When a route is followed to the
event receive, the event receive waits for an event to be thrown.
The process continues only after the event is received and acted
on according to the event filters that are configured on it. Event
filters define the criteria to which your event receive responds.
For example, you can configure your event to respond only when the
event message data for field exceeds a value.
Event receives can receive event throws in another process or
application, in the same process, or in an Adobe Flex application
that uses the event framework.
Add and configure event receives
* New for 9.5 *
You can add an event receives to long-lived processes for timer,
asynchronous, and exception event types.
Drag the Event Picker
the Activity Toolbar to an unused part of the process diagram.
(Optional) In the Name box, type a new name to replace the
(Optional) To search for a specific event, replace the default
string in the Find box with a value.
Select an event type from one of the event categories and
The Timer category appears only
after you create and deploy at least one custom timer event. AEM
forms does not provide default system timer events. Custom timer
events that are not deployed are listed in the current application category.
Custom event types
In the Event Behavior Configuration dialog box, select Event
(Optional) Add event filters. (See
Creating event filters
(Optional) Store event data to process variables. (See
Storing event data to process variables