Use the following options to configure advanced settings for the selected entity:
Use the options below to create, edit, attach, and view properties of an entity event handler, which can include the events described here.
|Click this button to create a new event handler for the entity. Select an existing entity event handler from the list. The selected event handler is attached to the entity when you click OK.|
Click the Edit button to open the event handler in your default editor.
|Click the Properties button to view event handler properties.|
This option is available when you have an event handler attached to the current entity. When available, it is disabled by default.
When immediate arrival processing is disabled, the entity arrival event for this entity is not fired while any active command list (for example, an operation) is active. All synchronization commands in the operation will first be completed so that the event handler has all patterns, attributes, and recordsets within the entity available for use.
When immediate arrival processing is enabled, an entity arrival event is fired as soon as the patterns used to recognize the entity are found and the entity is validated. An entity arrival event can start before any other commands (such as "wait" commands for synchronization) have been completed. Enable this option if you want to handle this entity as a notification or an error message, dismissing it as a "pop-up" that might prevent an operation from reaching its destination entity.
Note: This setting depends on error entity handling that changed in the 5.5 release. If you created the model in a release earlier than 5.5, the error entity compatibility setting may still be set to retain the behavior of the previous release. The immediate arrival processing setting is not available if the compatibility setting is enabled. Change the compatibility setting from Yes to No if you want to take advantage of the immediate arrival processing option for an entity event handler.
Type a description of the selected entity. This data is included in Web Builder projects or any documentation generated using Export options. In the sample models provided with the Design Tool, a description is provided for all preconfigured operations.
Configure host application interaction properties for the selected entity with
the following options:
Note: On the Host Integrator Server, you can create a pool of sessions that remain at their home entity and wait for a user to connect to them. When a session is in that state, the host may disconnect it due to inactivity. The Design Tool provides the user with the ability to define an operation that performs a command that stays within the same entity but generates communication with the host (for example, you can send an Aid key to a mainframe, or you can send a space/backspace combination to a host with VT emulation). This ensures that the session is not disconnected due to inactivity.
CloseClick to close this dialog box. If you have made changes, click Apply after exiting the dialog box.
RevertClick to restore the previously saved values in this dialog box.
HelpClick to view the online help for this dialog box.