[jboss-user] [jBPM] - Re: How to handle an abortion of a work item?

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Thu Sep 22 11:09:20 EDT 2011

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"Re: How to handle an abortion of a work item?"

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I don't know if JBPM-3319 will be fixed (it's a big issue form me, since I don't know how to manage a aborted workitem situations without a subprocess). Anyway, looking at the code, when a WorkItemManager.abortWorkItem is esecuted, an event is sent to the process instance: 

     processInstance.signalEvent("workItemAborted", workItem);

So when (and if...) the boundary events for the task will be supported, it should work simply with a "catch" event from the task. 
Am I wrong?

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