|Re: Use Error intermediate event ? [message #5326]
||Sun, 04 January 2009 19:11
Originally posted by: atoulme.intalio.com|
I am not sure how it would look like. I think it is appropriate to use
such a shape, you could also use the error end event if you want to give
the idea that the process is terminated.
I'm not sure BPMN is designed to go into such detail ; maybe a UML
activity diagram or a state machine diagram would be better suited.
> I wont to simulate on BPMN diagram following situation:
> "activity (task) is broken by person when he/she press the button on
> system - process goes then by another flow - it isn't any kind of error
> or exception, it's a flow after press a appropriate button".
> Can I use error intermediate event to paint this problem or it isn't a
> good idea?
> Thanks for any help or another suggestion.
> Best regards,
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