"camunda" wrote : Hence, the interessting question is, with the async flag in
place, why should it be changed? What would be the advantage of it?
There are other reasons why a process instance is not guaranteed to work in a synchronous
manner on the calling thread, such as timers, human intervention, ESB invocations and
possibly others. In general this is not something that the invoker of the process
instance can control.
There are also issues when using transactions, especially if a transport such as JMS is
used, and resource usage/contention/scaling.
These are all issues that we take into consideration with the current approach.
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