Defines another input stream as the source of application current time increments (CTIs) events during query binding. This feature enables the synchronization of two streams.
Assembly: Microsoft.ComplexEventProcessing (in Microsoft.ComplexEventProcessing.dll)
Initializes a new instance of theclass.
Gets the name of the stream that advances application time by importing the CTI events from that stream to the query.
During query processing, application time is driven by Current Time Increment (CTI) events. A CTI is a punctuation event that is a central component of the StreamInsight temporal model. CTIs are used to commit sequences of events and release computed results to the query output by asserting to the StreamInsight server that certain parts of the timeline will not change any more. Hence, it is crucial to enqueue CTIs along with events into the input event stream in order to produce any result and to flush the state of stateful operators. For more information, see Advancing Application Time.
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.