Trigger Event Control Act Wrapper

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See Composite Message Type (new wrapper mechanism) for a discussion of the new wrapper mechanism.

The Trigger Event Control Act Wrapper is a Wrapper that contains domain specific administrative information related to the "Controlled Trigger Event" which is being communicated as a messaging Interaction. The control event wrapper is used in messages that convey status, or in commands for logical operations being coordinated between applications (e.g., the coordination of query specification/query response interactions).

The core of the wrapper is formed by a Control Act (CACT) class in EVN Mood.

See Message Wrappers section of the v3Guide for a high level desciption of Trigger Event ControlAct Wrappers.