[jboss-user] [JBoss jBPM] - Re: passing task variables
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Mon Oct 20 08:31:46 EDT 2008
I think that in the multi fork case, you know how many parallel processes you need on node entry (based on the process variable).
But I think that is not applicable for the case I am facing ;)
I mean : I am dealing with the insurance business... In theory, it is possible to close a claim (main process closed) but afterwards, there is new data available... so some parts (sub processes) could be started again.
I think the same happens when you are dealing with legal files, ...
So that is why I have A. the subprocess (there is always at least one invoice, which I have to wait for a certain time in the flow and afterwards some automatic handling can be started) and B. that sub process can be started seperately (in the case there are n invoices)
On the one hand I think that this might be again some weird situation I am facing (I don't have years of work flow experience). But otherwise, I think there must be quite some situations where this can actually happen (so I might not be designing processes from Mars ;) )
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