[jboss-user] [jBPM] - Re: Signal a wait state and suspend related running subprocesses

Stefano Cancedda do-not-reply at jboss.com
Thu Sep 30 08:48:38 EDT 2010

Stefano Cancedda [http://community.jboss.org/people/festano1] created the discussion

"Re: Signal a wait state and suspend related running subprocesses"

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OK, but for me is +desiderable+ to suspend execution of the SUB-PROCESS: what I need is to transition the root-process to a "SUSPEND" state (please, see the image at the begin of the original post).

Perhaps If execution suspension is not the solution this is not a big problem for me (this reasoning was born because the pvm forbid me to signal the main process that contains the wait state, so i was trying to suspend the sub-process and see what would happen!  :)  ).

Your idea is somewhat vague for me, maybe I don't understand the concept of wait state as you intend it, but: if every signal in the main-process execution, outside the sub-process nodes  will cause an *exception* (until the sub-process instance is ended, of course , +how we can "move to a wait state"+? you intend a fork before entering any sub-process node?

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