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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 … Continue reading

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Arbitrary loops (GOTO activities) in sequential workflows

The following BPMN diagram presents a situation where there is an arbitrary loop with two entry points (one before Task A and one before Task B) and one exit point (after Task C). In situations like that it is not … Continue reading

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