Represents the base class for an output adapter that receives edge events.
Assembly: Microsoft.ComplexEventProcessing.Adapters (in Microsoft.ComplexEventProcessing.Adapters.dll)
Initializes a new instance of theclass.
Cleans up engine resources that are used by the adapter host.(Inherited from OutputAdapterBase.)
Dequeues events from the stream associated with this adapter.
Releases all of the resources owned by the adapter host.(Inherited from Adapter.)
Implements the Dispose pattern. To be overridden by derived classes.(Inherited from Adapter.)
This function is called when the adapter invokes Stopped() to stop itself.(Inherited from OutputAdapterBase.)
Invoked by the adapter to signal to the engine that it is ready to be resumed. The engine will invoke Resume() only after the adapter has called Ready().(Inherited from Adapter.)
Releases the memory occupied by an event.(Inherited from TypedOutputAdapter<TEvent, TPayload>.)
Calls Resume() on its own worker thread.(Inherited from Adapter.)
Calls Start() on its own worker thread.(Inherited from Adapter.)
Notifies the adapter to stop as a result of stopping or aborting the query.(Inherited from Adapter.)
Invoked by the adapter to notify the runtime that the adapter has shut down.(Inherited from Adapter.)
Events can be typed or untyped. A typed event is one in which you know the structure of the event payload provided by the source or consumed by the sink, and you intend to design the input or output adapter around this specific event structure. For more information, see Event Structure.
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.