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IEP Editor Term
The items in red are candidates for deletion.
A major issue yet to be decided is whether to use "event process" or "event processor".
|Design view||In an IEP Module project, the view that enables the user to place operators on a canvas and configure them.||Drag a Relation Aggregator operator from the Palette to the Design view.|
|IEP Editor||The editor used to modify the relationship of operators in the IDE.|
|IEP Editor toolbar||The toolbar located at the top of the Design View. Not the IDE toolbar.|
|IEP Module project||Contains the .iep project file and the automatically generated .wsdl file.||Open the IEP Module project.|
|operator||A component that reads input events (usually a stream or relation), performs some type of processing, and writes any output.||Use the Relation Aggregator operator when you want to perform SQL operations on a relation.|
|Palette||The Palette that is available when the Design view is open.||Drag a Relation Aggregator operator from the Palette to the Design view.|
|property editor||Dialog box where you configure the properties of an IEP operator.||The property editor opens.|
|relation||A collection of tables that have the same schema, and which are all indexed by time.||The component has inherited the schema of its input relation.|
|stream||A collection of events that belong to the same schema, events that have timestamps.||The event is no longer included in the output stream.|