BPMN usage and tips

Are Floating Intermediate Events Valid? The issue is an intermediate event (e.g., message or timer) “floating” in a process or expanded subprocess alongside the regular flow, the one bounded by start and end events.  The floating event has a sequence flow out, leading eventually to end event, but no sequence flow in.

When Are Error End Events Legal? Is it valid to end a top-level process in BPMN with an error end event?

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My name is Panos Kokkinidis and I am R&D Manager in Relational S.A., Athens, Greece.
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