||Describes how TIBCO StreamBase, TIBCO Live Datamart, and the TIBCO StreamBase Adapters are licensed.
|StreamBase Release Notes
||Lists the fixed and known limitations in the product.
|New and Noteworthy
||Summarizes significant changes in this and previous StreamBase releases.
|Using the Help System
||Describes the search and navigation features of the StreamBase Help and Documentation system.
||Lists the hardware and software configurations supported by StreamBase, and guides you through installing the product. Provides
suggestions on migrating from earlier releases.
||Provides a hands-on tutorial to teach the basic features of EventFlow development with StreamBase Studio.
||Provides reference pages that describe the concepts and terminology of StreamBase and Live Datamart. The second part describes
these features in in architectural detail.
||Describes designing TIBCO StreamBase EventFlow™ applications in the SB Authoring perspective using StreamBase processing units
called operators and associated data constructs and streams.
||Describes how to run your EventFlow and StreamSQL applications, and to input test data manually or automatically. Explains
how to define and run feed simulations, how to use the EventFlow Debugger, and how to profile your applications using the
StreamBase performance monitors.
||Describes the administration tasks associated with configuring, managing, and deploying your StreamBase application infrastructure
in a production environment. Introduces the various security options, and provides an overview of the features that support high availability StreamBase deployments.
||Describes the structure, syntax, and usage of StreamBase and Live Datamart configuration files in HOCON format and describes
adapter configuration files.
||Describes the StreamBase embedded and external adapters provided in the base StreamBase kit and in separate kits.
||Describes how to run each sample provided with the StreamBase base kit and with external adapter kits.
||Describes how to create extensions for StreamBase using Java, C++, .NET, or Python StreamBase Client APIs. StreamBase extensions
include custom functions, custom operators, embedded adapters, and server monitor listeners. This guide provides links to
the Javadoc, Doxygen, and Pydoc API documentation, and a pointer to the .NET API documentation installed only on Windows platforms.
|Studio Reference Guide
||Provides a reference for the menus, tool bars, views, and perspectives in the StreamBase Studio user interface.
||Contains reference descriptions of the StreamBase configuration files, command-line tools, and expression language functions.
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