[jboss-user] [JBoss jBPM] - Re: serialization or parallel in a tasknode

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Thu Dec 18 01:34:36 EST 2008

anonymous wrote : 
  | No, I disagree. 'Co-signing' for for me is having a set of people agree on a businessdocument. In real life (if it is a paper document) that can only be done in sequence. Electronically it can be done in parallel. Furthermore the 'co-signing PROCESS can be complicated. Maybe a manager has to sign to if e.g. just 2 out of 4 that have to sign agree and there is a stand-off. He also 'just signs' but it is part of a flow. 
  | Can you explain to me why you need identical tasks in sequence? What is the relation between them? I get the feeling you need to start thinking out of the box and also take into account that current real-life processes *should not* be modelled as-is electronically. Always take business process redesign into account
in my understanding, co-signing maybe is that, in a tasknode, several same tasks are delivered paralel automatically to several person, tasknode will finish if all/one of/majority of person(s) agree/disagree.

why i need serialization or parallel same tasks is because in our system, one step of process will be approved by several person with sequence, but what they do are almost same. so i want to do it in one task-node, as co-signing does. If difficult to implement, i will change it to one person one task-node. Is it the correct way?

Thanks for your 2 link, i will read it and hopefully get useful information.

anonymous wrote : 
  | anonymous wrote : I read ForEachForkAH example from Wiki, i am a little confused about that. It seems to create several node in parallel, not tasknode, so is different to co-sign. right?
  | Learn jBPM a little more in the basics... you can put anything in there, tasknodes, subprocesses.... you name it...
I read JBPM doc, but i cant get any useful stuff in such situation.
Could you tell me more?

Thanks a lot!

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