Adding to the previous post, when i enter a fork, should i get N token instances, pointing each one to a state node inside the fork?
You can look at the current node that is associated with each token. The branches that are still in progress will display one of your business nodes, while the branches that have completed will display the name of your join node (as they sit there waiting on the other branches to finish). Once the last token arrives in the join, the root token will automatically be reactivated and will leave the join, passing on to the next node you have configured--it won't stop there.
Thanks for the answer.