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Multiple subprocess - Data Model

Hello,

When I try to configure a multiple subprocess, a data model configured is an obligation or We have an alternative?

If I don't create a data model and set the process entity , is showed this message bellow, in the subprocess configuration:

“Process doesn't have a process entity: Please set the process entity in order to use as a subprocess.”

Could anyone help me, please?

Because we have different teams responsible to the process design and to model data creation and the second only starts when the first finishes the process design.

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Dear Mayra,

When you want to include a Multiple Sub-process into your process, you need to know that all cases of the sub-process will be saved into a collection or table of the main process, so you need to select a collection from your data model.

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Dear Mayra,

When you want to include a Multiple Sub-process into your process, you need to know that all cases of the sub-process will be saved into a collection or table of the main process, so you need to select a collection from your data model.

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In order to understand concepts abour Multiple Sub-process, please check these articles:

Best regards

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Dear Juan,

Thanks for your response.

So, I understand that I cannot indicate that the process has a multiple subprocess without create the data model, correct?

Thanks in advance.

Best regards.

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Dear Mayra,

Yes, it is correct. You need to create data model including a collection, then indicate the multiple sub-process.

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