There is a one to many relationship between the event batches table
and the events table.
For example, when you drop the xml file into the watched folder, it
may contain 25 nodes of event data. Those events are submitted
together as a batch. So you should expect to see a record in the
batches table with a value of 25 in the EventCount column. You should
also see 25 rows in the events table with an eventbatchid pointing
back to the batches table.
If you're not seeing rows in the events table, no events are coming
in. Double check your xml document and look to the application event
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On Mon, 27 Jun 2005 08:47:09 -0700, "andyjax"
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>I just found the entries under NS<Instance>EventBatches. So at least I see
>something is getting logged. Now I will try to find out why that table was
>used vs. the Events table.
>What is the time stamp in Batches table (StartCollectionTime) based on? Can
>be configured to use local time?
>> I am working through Shyam's book trying to look to make sure the
>> is working as needed. The processing of my data using a filewatcher
>> the file done, but I don't see a batch in the NS<Service Name>Events table.
>> Am I missing something, or should I not worry about it? The MusicStore
>> example in the book is working just fine. I am just trying to build a
>> prototype and taking the slow process of adding a little bit more each time
>> as Shyam suggests.
>> Any help would be appreciated.