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APPCRASH

Descrição:

Stopped working

Assinatura do problema:

Nome do Evento de Problema:APPCRASH

Application Name:BizagiProcessModeler.exe

Application Version:2.3.0.5

Application Timestamp:4fbd7058

Fault Module Name:KERNELBASE.dll

Fault Module Version:6.1.7601.17651

Fault Module Timestamp:4e21213c

Exception Code:e053534f

Exception Offset:000000000000cacd

Versão do sistema operacional:6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3

Identificação da Localidade:1046

Best Answer
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Dear Users,

Thanks to the valuable feedback provided by Tatiane, we have analysed this issue with the sent model and would like to share the detected observations.

This error is caused when having 2 processes which use expanded sub-processes referencing one another (an infinite loop).

This means that having in "Diagram A" a sub-process referencing "Diagram B", and having in "Diagram B" a sub-process referencing "Diagram A" will result in an error if the sub-processes are expanded (not collapsed).

Please take into account that having two processes which reference one another does not consider usually a good modeling practice, and that often on these scenarios, this acould be redesigned differently (e.g. considering a "top-level process" which has a reference to both sub-processes).

Best regards,

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Dear Tatiane,

In order to best follow up this issue, can you send us the model which showed up this error to modeler@bizagi.com and specify us when does or did it happen.

Best regards,

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this occurs when I'm in the process and try to make any change

I'm sending the flow

tatiane.tavares@snapsystems.com.br

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Dear Tatiane,

We have seen this reported issue.

We will keep you posted for its resolution.

Best regards,

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Dear Users,

Thanks to the valuable feedback provided by Tatiane, we have analysed this issue with the sent model and would like to share the detected observations.

This error is caused when having 2 processes which use expanded sub-processes referencing one another (an infinite loop).

This means that having in "Diagram A" a sub-process referencing "Diagram B", and having in "Diagram B" a sub-process referencing "Diagram A" will result in an error if the sub-processes are expanded (not collapsed).

Please take into account that having two processes which reference one another does not consider usually a good modeling practice, and that often on these scenarios, this acould be redesigned differently (e.g. considering a "top-level process" which has a reference to both sub-processes).

Best regards,