From Voice Extensible Markup Language (VoiceXML) Version 2.0 ( 2004-03-16) A notification "thrown" by the implementation platform , VoiceXML interpreter context , VoiceXML interpreter , or VoiceXML code. Events include exceptional conditions (semantic errors), normal errors (user did not say something recognizable), normal events (user wants to exit), and user defined events.
A collection of data that represents a entity of some sort, such as a purchase order, an activity notification, a request, etc. Within an integration context, an event is the basic unit of data that is exchanged between processes or systems. The terms event, document and message are often used interchangeably.
In Event Management, the notification that an expression evaluated to true. This evaluation occurs each time an instance of a resource variable is observed.
A member of a class or struct that sends notifications of a change. For more information, see Events.
A change in state that occurs at a particular time. The notification given to an application when some condition occurs that is generally not encountered in normal operation.
A notification scheme used to inform a thread that a particular condition has occurred. Events can be signals or pulses in the general case; they can also be unblocking events or interrupt events in the case of kernel timeouts and interrupt service routines. An event is delivered by a thread, a timer, the kernel, or an interrupt service routine when appropriate to the requestor of the event.
A notification that some state in the system (that you are interested in) has changed
Any network incident that prompts some kind of log entry or other notification.