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Events are the runtime links between Jobs and are also part of the tracking of a process flow as defined by  Event configurations and Component definitions.


All Events except Events of System event type __iCore_SystemSessionEventCreated are created from a Job.


ArgumentsIDictionary<String, Object>The parameters carried by the Event. See remarks below for more information on arguments.
BookmarkStringA unique identifier allowing the system to find and delete time-out Events.
CompletedDateTimeThe date and time when the processing of the Event was completed.
CreatedDateTimeThe date and time when the Event was created and sent to the Event Queue.
Delayed untilDateTimeDate/time to which processing of the Event is delayed. The parameter is used to define the execution of scheduled Events. Events without a scheduled time will have the start time in this field.
Entity typeEntityTypeSpecifies the entity type. The property is Read-only and is only displayed in filter listings to identify the entity type. It can be used for example when filtering on entities with a filter containing an 'All' part. For more information, see Entity filters.
Event sourceEventSourceTypeThe source of this Event.
Event typeIEventTypeThe name of the current Event.
Has cleaned childrenBooleanSpecifies if the Event has had children that have been removed by the Workflow activity Clean-up Tracking
IDGuidThe entity ID of the Event. Automatically generated by the system.
Match statusEventMatchStatusThe status of the Event configuration match of the Event. For more information see note below.
Parent JobIJobThe Job that created the Event.
PriorityByteThe priority of the Event. Priorities reach from 1-10, where 1 is the highest priority.
ReasonEventReasonThe reason for the transition to the current state.
StateEventStateDisplays the current status of the Event.
UserIUserThe User that created the Event.


User property

When interactively creating an Event while the system is running, for example via Administrator, the User of the Event will be the special user associated with the Server that received the Event creation request rather than the user that performed the action.  If you need to track which User initiated the Event creation request under these circumstances, use the Audit Log.

Match status property

Possible statuses are:

  • Unknown - The Event has not yet been matched with an Event configuration.
  • Cascaded - The matched Event configuration is one of several matches in accordance with the Selection rule 'All match' in the Event type.
  • Single - The matched Event configuration was found in accordance with Selection rule 'Single best match' in the Event type or the Event was a synchronous Event (which can only have single match)
  • None - No matching Event configuration was found.

Event history

Every time an Event changes state, the following data is saved and recorded:

Date createdDateTimeDate and time for state transition.
JobGuidThe ID of the Job that issued the transition.
ReasonEventReasonThe reason for the transition.
StateEventStateThe new state of the Event.

Event arguments

The arguments of an Event, except for some System Event types, are always:

EventParamStringThe Event parameters set when the Event was created.
NodeInt64The ID of the Node set when Event was created. -1 if no Node was assigned.

For other arguments, see System defined Event types.

Event at runtime

Events are created by Jobs at runtime and each Event is matched against the existing Event configurations. If a matching Event configuration is found, a Job of the Component configuration set in the Event configuration is created and scheduled for execution.

If no matching Event configuration is found, a System Event of __iCore_NoMatchingEventHandlerFound type is created.

See Also

Event type
System defined Event types
Event configuration

Technical architecture & Runtime

The Event concept


Running and monitoring integration flows