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Why is my sub-processes' information not being included when I publish?

Why is my sub-processes' information not being included when I publish?

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By default, sub-processes are created as embedded.

When you publish your documentation, sub-processes (of the "embedded" type) are shown as tasks belonging to the parent process.

Therefore to include your sub-processes to you published documentation, you would need to go into the second configuration window in the Publish wizard, where you can explicitly include each BPMN element per process.

In the following image, we illustrate how you can include the sub-process and its BPMN elements.

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By default, sub-processes are created as embedded.

When you publish your documentation, sub-processes (of the "embedded" type) are shown as tasks belonging to the parent process.

Therefore to include your sub-processes to you published documentation, you would need to go into the second configuration window in the Publish wizard, where you can explicitly include each BPMN element per process.

In the following image, we illustrate how you can include the sub-process and its BPMN elements.

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