Hi Till,

Thank you for the quick reply. May be you can help me find a way of doing it in CEP.


If any of the patient vitals received in the last 24 hours are out of range, I want to set the state as SIRS. 

In the sample code, I implement a Filter Function that identifies if the vital is out of range. In reality, patient 3 should not be added to SIRS (his temperature vital is already recorded or another record came in where the temperature is still high which should be invalidated as well). Is there a different way of achieving this? I cannot have a separate filter for each vital as the order of vitals can be random.

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On Fri, Apr 22, 2016 at 2:35 PM, Till Rohrmann <trohrmann@apache.org> wrote:
Hi Sowmya,

I'm afraid at the moment it is not possible to store custom state in the filter or select function. If you need access to the whole sequence of matching events then you have to put this code in the select clause of your pattern stream.


On Fri, Apr 22, 2016 at 7:55 AM, Sowmya Vallabhajosyula <sowmya.v@zemosolabs.com> wrote:
Is there a way to store a custom state value along with triggering an event? This would not only help in maintaining an audit of the values that triggered the state, but also for some complex set of conditions - for e.g. if the earlier state was triggered by the temperature of a patient, I do not want to consider temperature in the subsequent state calculation.

At this point of time, I feel that for such a scenario I will have to go with Data Streaming API and manage state on my own. Is that right?

Thanks and Regards,
Sowmya Vallabhajosyula

Thanks and Regards,
Sowmya Vallabhajosyula