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Difference between new model and new generic diagram [message #1855455] Sat, 15 October 2022 10:55 Go to next message
Ra Coon is currently offline Ra CoonFriend
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When I create a modeling project in Eclipse I can add a new BPMN2 model or a generic BPMN 2 diagram, shown in the picture below, however both options just create a diagram file. So what is the difference between those two? And can I add diagrams inside the model in some way?

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Re: Difference between new model and new generic diagram [message #1855533 is a reply to message #1855455] Wed, 19 October 2022 19:45 Go to previous message
Ralph Soika is currently offline Ralph SoikaFriend
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The correct type is "Generic BPMN 2.0 Diagram".
The "BPMN2 Model" is just the EMF view of a BPMN2 model. To model in BPMN you should always choose the "Generic BPMN 2.0 Diagram" type.
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