This content has been marked as final. Show 5 replies
Got the solution. Thanks for ur support till now.
Can you please provide what made it work, as I´m facing a similar issue?
I also have a similar issue. I think the solution is to deploy the bundle in the CEP Server and import it from our CEP application, but mine doesn't work. I have created the bundle with bundler.sh tool and it packages a JAR folder which must be deployed on the server.
I'm not sure in which folder I must deploy the bundle, either modules or modules/ext. Does anybody know it?
Can you confirm the depending application is deployed after the one that defines the event-type?
Also, make sure that there is at least one valid property in the event-type.
It is solved. The solution is to define the event-type-repository in the events package and deploy it as a CEP application before deploying our main application. We must put our events package in defaultserver/modules directory and CEP server will deploy it automatically. The event-type-repository will be setted in the CEP server classpath and we will be able to import it from our main application.