Is there some magic going on in ProcessInstanceInfo? As far as I can tell there is no way that the processInstanceId can ever have a non-null value. This causes a null pointer exception when called from JPAProcessInstanceManager line 37  because it will try and unbox null to a long.


Can anyone explain what is supposed to happen?




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