WSO2 Complex Event Processor is succeeded by WSO2 Stream Processor. To view the latest documentation for WSO2 SP, see WSO2 Stream Processor Documentation.
Title: Setting up CEP Samples  
Author: Rukshani Weerasinha Jan 27, 2016
Last Changed by: Rukshani Weerasinha Dec 15, 2016
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Complex Event Processor 4.2.0 (72)
    Page: Sample 0114 - Using External Time Windows
    Page: Sample 0010 - Receiving Custom Map Events via JMS Transport - ActiveMQ
    Page: Sample 0018 - Receiving JSON Events via Kafka Transport
    Page: Sample 0002 - Receiving Custom JSON Events via HTTP Transport
    Page: Sample 0051 - Publishing JSON Events via Logger Transport
    Page: Sample 0021 - Receiving Map Events via JMS Transport - ActiveMQ (For Queue)
    Page: Sample 0301 - Network Intruder Detection with PMML Extension Predictions
    Page: Sample 0052 - Publishing Custom JSON Events via Logger Transport
    Page: Sample 0059 - Publishing Map and Text Events via JMS Transport - ActiveMQ
    Page: WSO2 CEP Samples
    Page: Sample 0069 - Publishing JSON Events via WebSocket Transport
    Page: Sample 0502 - Processing a Window State Over Server Restart
    Page: Sample 0055 - Publishing Text Events via Logger Transport
    Page: Sample 0068 - Publishing XML Events via Kafka Transport
    Page: Sample 0066 - Publishing JSON Events via MQTT Transport
    Page: Sample 0106 - Using in-memory event tables
    Page: Sample 0019 - Receiving JSON Events via WebSocket Transport
    Page: Sample 0101 - Pass-Through/Projection Query in an Execution Plan
    Page: Sample 0020 - Simple JSON Pass-through with Websocket-Local Input Event Adapter
    Page: Sample 0118 - Using Hazelcast Event Tables
    Page: Sample 0007 - Receiving WSO2 Events Via WSO2Event Receiver
    Page: Sample 0060 - Publishing Custom Map and JSON Events via JMS Transport - Qpid
    Page: Sample 0105 - Performing Joins with windows
    Page: Sample 0071 - Publishing WSO2Event Events via UI Transport
    Page: Sample 0016 - Receiving JSON Events via MQTT Transport
    Page: Sample 0058 - Publishing Custom WSO2 Events via WSO2Event Transport
    Page: Sample 0015 - Receiving Text Events via Email Transport
    Page: Sample 0116 - Performing Linear Regression
    Page: Sample 0115 - Quartz scheduler based alerts
    Page: Sample 0005 - Receiving Text Events via HTTP Transport
    Page: Sample 0022 - Receiving Custom RegEx Text Events via File Tail
    Page: Sample 0062 - Publishing XML, JSON, and Custom Text Events via HTTP Transport
    Page: Sample 0072 - Publishing Map Events via RDBMS Transport
    Page: Sample 0121 - Using Event Windows
    Page: Sample 0103 - Using filters for generating alerts
    Page: Sample 0001 - Receiving JSON Events via HTTP Transport
    Page: Sample 0111 - Detecting non-occurrences with Patterns
    Page: Sample 0053 - Publishing XML Events via Logger Transport
    Page: Sample 0104 - Calculations over time using Windows
    Page: Sample 0119 - Trigger Events at Defined Time Intervals
    Page: Sample 0003 - Receiving XML Events via HTTP Transport
    Page: Sample 0501 - Processing a Simple Filter Query with Apache Storm Deployment
    Page: Sample 0112 - Analyzing Twitter Feeds Using Partitions
    Page: Sample 1501 - Viewing Real Time Analytics
    Page: Sample 0065 - Publishing JSON Events via SMS Transport
    Page: Sample 0504 - Processing a Distributed Siddhi Query with Partitioning by integrating with Apache Storm
    Page: Sample 0014 - Receiving XML Events via Soap Transport
    Page: Sample 0503 - Processing a Window Query in High Availability Mode
    Page: Sample 0004 - Receiving Custom XML Events via HTTP Transport
    Page: Sample 0057 - Publishing WSO2 Events via WSO2Event Transport
    Page: Sample 0109 - Detecting trends with sequences
    Page: Sample 0006 - Receiving Custom Text Events via HTTP Transport
    Page: Sample 0113 - Limiting the Output Rate of an Event Stream
    Page: Sample 0056 - Publishing Custom Text Events via Logger Transport
    Page: Sample 0117 - Filtering and Outputting to Multiple Streams
    Page: Sample 0008 - Receiving Custom WSO2 Events via WSO2Event Receiver
    Page: Sample 0108 - Using patterns to detect ATM transaction frauds
    Page: Sample 0110 - Sequences with partitioning to detect trends
    Page: Sample 0009 - Receiving Map Events via JMS Transport - ActiveMQ
    Page: Sample 0011 - Receiving JSON, Text, XML Events via JMS Transport - ActiveMQ
    Page: Sample 0063 - Publishing XML Events via SOAP Transport
    Page: Sample 0067 - Publishing Map Events via Cassandra Transport
    Page: Sample 0107 - Using RDBMS event tables
    Page: Sample 0013 - Receiving Map, Text Events via JMS Transport - WSO2 MB
    Page: Sample 0017 - Receiving Custom Text Events via File Tail Transport
    Page: Sample 0102 - Projections, Transformations and Enrichment for events
    Page: Sample 0120 - Using the Map Extension
    Page: Sample 0012 - Receiving Map, XML Events via JMS Transport - Qpid
    Page: Sample 0054 - Publishing Custom XML Events via Logger Transport
    Page: Sample 0061 - Publishing Map and XML Events via JMS Transport - WSO2 MB
    Page: Sample 0070 - Publishing JSON Events via Websocket-Local Output Event Adapter
    Page: Sample 0064 - Publishing Text Events via Email Transport
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