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Event sub process

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Event sub process activity is triggered by an event and can be added at the process level or at any sub process level. Event sub process activity might be triggered using events like message events, error events, signal events, timer events, or compensation events. The subscription to the start event is created when the scope (process instance or sub process) hosting the event sub process is created. The subscription is removed when the scope is ended.


ExclusiveWhen it receives a special job from a specific process example, it makes jobs run in order.
Execution listenersListener of activity. Listeners are created at the start and end of activity.

You can use the Execution listeners as shown in the examples.

The “Start” property indicates the moment when a process is initiated. When a workflow process starts, this property can trigger an execution listener. It can be used to perform specific actions at the beginning of the workflow process.

Start

The “End” property signifies the moment when a process is completed. When a workflow process finishes, this property can trigger an execution listener. It can be used to perform specific actions at the end of the workflow process.

End

The “Take” property denotes the moment when a flow transitions from one task or activity to another. Thus, when a step in the workflow moves to another step, this property can trigger an execution listener. It can be used to manage data transitions or conditional operations between tasks.

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