[jboss-user] [jBPM Users] - Re: Translation of task node from jBPM3 to 4

kukeltje do-not-reply at jboss.com
Thu Oct 1 08:11:14 EDT 2009

tasks are never associated with a state. Tasks are now just 'simple' tasks, not 'complex' tasks anymore (the task has been 'promoted' to the level of the former task-node. That might be explicitly missing in the docs, I won't deny that. But 

What you describe is not a 'simple' scenario, it is already a more complex one. You probably combined the 'blocking' attribute on the task within the task-node, the signal attribute on the task-node and maybe also the signalling. I agree that jBPM made this seem simple :-)

>From what we've experienced these were not used alot. In jBPM 4, for now, you need to do something like using an eventhandler to cancel the 'parallel task'. In the future this will be made more explicit by using things like the bpmn cancel signal.

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