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Cameo Simulation Toolkit 2021x Refresh2 Documentation


The following example shows how to create an engine listener
 

	public class MyEngineListener implements EngineListener {
	
	private Project project; 
		public MyEngineListener(Project project) {
		this.project = project;
	} 

	@Override
	public void elementActivated(Element element, Collection<?> values) { 
		System.out.printIn("--Activate Element-- : element name = " ((NamedElement)element).getName());
	} 

	@Override
	public void elementDeactivated(Element element, Collection<?> values) { 
		System.out.printIn("--Deactivate Element-- : element name = " + ((NamedElement)element).getName());
	} 

	@Override
	public void eventTriggered(String eventID) {
		NamedElement element = (NamedElement)project.getElementByID(eventID);
		System.out.printIn("--Event Trigger-- : event name = " + ((NamedElement)element).getName());
	} 

	@Override
	public void executionTerminated() {
		System.out.printIn("--Engine Terminated--");
	}
} 


Once you have created an EngineListener, you can register it to the specified ExecutionEngine if you want to receive events occurring in each execution engine. All engine listeners of a specific engine will be activated under the conditions as follows

  • An element is activated.
  • An element is deactivated.
  • An event is triggered.
  • An engine is terminated.

 

	public interface EngineListener { 
		void elementActivated(Element element, Collection<?> values); 
		void elementDeactivated(Element element, Collection<?> values); 
		void eventTriggered(String eventID); 
		void executionTerminated();	
	}


See Creating a new execution engine for more information about adding execution engine listeners to the MyExecutionEngine class.

Note

You can add more than one execution engine listener to an execution engine.

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