Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

Trigger Events are used to schedule and trigger a process flow. They enable you to specify when and how frequently the process flow should be executed on a recurring basis. By default, a trigger event remains deactivated after its creation. To trigger a process flow using the trigger events, you must bind it with appropriate trigger events and then activate those events. The types of trigger events are outlined as:

Trigger Event NameDescription

Creating Calendar Event

Step-by-step instructions to create calendar event.

Creating Complex Event

Step-by-step instructions to create complex event.

Creating Database Event

Step-by-step instructions to create database event.

Creating File Event

Step-by-step instructions to create file event.

Creating FTP Event

Step-by-step instructions to create FTP event.

Creating HTTP Event

Step-by-step instructions to create HTTP event.

Creating JMS Event

Step-by-step instructions to create JMS event.

Creating Mail Event

Step-by-step instructions to create mail event.

Creating Timer Event

Step-by-step instructions to create timer event.

Creating Event Registry

Step-by-step instructions to create event registry.

See also:

Creating Event Error Notification

Triggering Process Flow Using Web Service Trigger

Activating Trigger Events

Triggering Process Flows in Sequence

Handling Misfire Event

  • No labels