Friday, June 15, 2012 4:54 PM
Greetings, I'm new to StreamInsight and trying to figure out where exactly to get started. It seems most examples and lab excercises focus very heavily on how to query but very little on how to produce events (or otherwise I've completely missed it).
Basically, from within my application I'd like to directly publish input events. All the examples indicate I need to create an InputAdapter and everything along with it, which I've attempted to do but I still can't get an event into StreamInsight. The official StreamInsight examples haven't helped me understand this very basic starting point very well.
Is there an example along these lines out there were I can get started? Or can someone point to me the magical incantation that allows me to accomplish this?
Monday, June 18, 2012 4:46 PM
Which of the samples have you looked at? Probably the simplest one that would show you how to get simple events into StreamInsight is the Data Generator input adapter that is in the StreamInsight samples. You can also look at my Simple StreamInsight App that shows how to get the stream started from the input adapter and then uses it in queries.
Also, if you can provide some details on what you've tried, we might be able to help. For example, are you enqueuing CTIs? Or are you using AdvanceTimeSettings? And are your event timestamps in order and after the last issued CTI?
DevBiker (aka J Sawyer)
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