Fix Version/s: 2021
I've installed the Proton GE and preformed a simple condition verification on an input event.
My goal is to verify more complex conditions. For example: If the rain level on a period of 48 hours exceeds a limit.
How can I define this verification?
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Is there any way to do it without causing severe overloads on the server?
I’ve already read the documentation and I was not able to understand how to define a rule like that. If it was possible to show me an example where a rule of this kind is defined I would be grateful.
Asking our language expert to help here. Hope we get some answers soon.
Thanks for your patience.
Answered in stack overflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/36033941/cep-proton-complex-event-definition
HELP-6149. Hence, this issue is a duplicate of HELP-6149: https://jira.fiware.org/browse/HELP-6149.
To be closed as such.
Dear J Pedro,
I'd encourage you to look at the examples in the Proton (CEP) documentation. Your issues should be answered from that. Mind you that keeping a context for as long as 48 hours, depending on the volume of events being collected - may cause severe overloads on the server. Just that performance issues are not triggered in this way.
See the documentation please: http://proactive-technology-online.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html