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Attached Events

Hi,

I have two questions about Attached Events on Bizagi Suite:

1 - I cannot found the "Attach Event" option in Subprocess Context Menu. See attached image.

2 - There is Non Interrupting Attached Events on Bizagi Suite?

Thanks

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Dear Giovani,

According to your question, Bizagi Modeler has the option because it is way to show how it will be implemented. However, Bizagi Suite automates the process, so it must be implement into the fourth step of the carousel in order to execute the action.

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You can perform calculations and validations in every activity of the process with the Activity Actions option found in the fourth step of the Process Wizard (Business Rules). These Actions can be executed when the Case enters the Activity, when the end user clicks on the Save button, or when Case leaves the Activity. Thus, actions can be created in the following moments:

  • On Enter: Once, as soon as the Activity is created
  • On Save: Every time the end users clicks on Save or when the Task is refreshed. (Applies to tasks where an end user interacts with the Process: Tasks and Intermediate Events)
  • On Exit: Once, when the Activity is finished.

For further information: http://help.bizagi.com/bpmsuite/en/index.html?assign__calculate_and_validate.htm

Regards

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Dear Giovani,

According to your question, Bizagi Modeler has the option because it is way to show how it will be implemented. However, Bizagi Suite automates the process, so it must be implement into the fourth step of the carousel in order to execute the action.

sebvo3

You can perform calculations and validations in every activity of the process with the Activity Actions option found in the fourth step of the Process Wizard (Business Rules). These Actions can be executed when the Case enters the Activity, when the end user clicks on the Save button, or when Case leaves the Activity. Thus, actions can be created in the following moments:

  • On Enter: Once, as soon as the Activity is created
  • On Save: Every time the end users clicks on Save or when the Task is refreshed. (Applies to tasks where an end user interacts with the Process: Tasks and Intermediate Events)
  • On Exit: Once, when the Activity is finished.

For further information: http://help.bizagi.com/bpmsuite/en/index.html?assign__calculate_and_validate.htm

Regards

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Hi Juan,

Thanks for your help. Could you post an example of a script that can be used to control the time of the activity, with the behavior of a Timer Attached Event, for example.

Thanks

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Dear Giovani,

There is a way to set the time of the activity. Please follow this article: http://help.bizagi.com/bpmsuite/en/index.html?set_tasks_and_timers_duration.htm

Regards

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The modeler in BizAgi Studio does not have all the features that BizAgi Modeler has.

As you say, it does not have non-interrupting features.

I HAVE NOT TESTED THIS BUT YOU COULD EXPLORE...

Model your process and sub-process something like this:

Main Process:

nonint2

(The sequence flows will have to test some variable in order to detect if the token was sent because of the timer or because the subprocess finished)

SubProcess:

nonint

And be sure to configure your sub process as a multiple (running just one instance) and exit mode "Integrated" and "Expression defined".

see http://help.bizagi.com/bpmsuite/en/index.html?multiple_sub-processes_concepts.htm

Best regards,

Jaime

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Jaime Contesse wrote:

The modeler in BizAgi Studio does not have all the features that BizAgi Modeler has.

As you say, it does not have non-interrupting features.

I HAVE NOT TESTED THIS BUT YOU COULD EXPLORE...

Model your process and sub-process something like this:

Main Process:

nonint2

(The sequence flows will have to test some variable in order to detect if the token was sent because of the timer or because the subprocess finished)

SubProcess:

nonint

And be sure to configure your sub process as a multiple (running just one instance) and exit mode "Integrated" and "Expression defined".

see http://help.bizagi.com/bpmsuite/en/index.html?multiple_sub-processes_concepts.htm

Best regards,

Jaime

Thanks for your comment Jaime! I'll try this.

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Excellent, please let me know if it works.