Solved

Process Modeler - Data Object states not visible after re-opening bpm diagrams

version tested: Windows, 64-bit, Version 2.5.1.1, released June
14th.

Steps to reproduce:

1) Create new diagram

2) put 1 data object in the process pool

3) assign a state to it

4) state is now visible

5) save bpm diagram.

5) close BPM.

6) open bpm diagram by double clicking on
it.

7) state is not visible anymore

8) state can be made to appear again by clicking on object and
clicking the Advanced tab. Not doable for processes with tens of data
objects.

Best Answer
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Dear Bram and users,

Thank you for the feedback.

We gladly share that this issue has been solved in a fixed available (since July 2013) for the 2.5.1 version.

Please download a zipped file containing the fix and further instructions, from the following links:

Best regards,

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Dear Bram and users,

Thank you for the feedback.

We gladly share that this issue has been solved in a fixed available (since July 2013) for the 2.5.1 version.

Please download a zipped file containing the fix and further instructions, from the following links:

Best regards,

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Hi,

unfortunately now it always tries to show the state, even when there is none defined, resulting in []. This is not desired.