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Interrupting event sub-process

Good day,

I read that in BPMN 2.0 there is 2 types of event sub-processes, interruptive and non-interruptive. Nevertheless I can figure out how to model interruptive event sub-processes. Is it possible to create non-interruptive event sub-processes with bizagi process modeler 3.7.0.2.

thanks for your help

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Dear Victor,

Please refer to the following link where you can find the events

that Bizagi works with

http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?events.htm

Regards

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Dear Luiz,

Thank you for your answer but it doesn't really answer my query.

My question concerns sub-processes (event sub-processes) and not just events.

http://help.bizagi.com/processmodeler/en/index.html?events.htm

Sub-process typesEvent Sub-processA Sub-process is defined as an Event Sub-process when it is triggered by an event. An Event Sub-Process is not part of the normal flow of its parent Process—there are no incoming or outgoing Sequence Flows.

Best,

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So, it's NOT possible to create a non-interrupting event on a sub-process in Bizagi?

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Dear Paul,

It depends if you are using an embedded sub-process or reusable sub-process. Embedded Sub-processes are an Inline block, that group process elements used in a certain point in the process within a Sub-process. According to BPMN, a Sub-process should not have pools or lanes as they are dependent on the parent process and subsequently have visibility to the parent's global data.

Reusable Sub-processes allow all of these elements. Note, in BPMN reusable sub-processes are called "Call Activities".

For more information please refer to Converting to reusable sub-process

Regards

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It´s really annoying that these specialists in bizagi cannot answer a simple question. Besides this, the answers are

the same for different questions in the forum. Try to be objective. Yes or No. It has or it has not the feature.

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Just change the mode to Extended.