I have a simple process which includes a fork and join. It functions as one would expect, however, I do have a query regarding the lifetime of tokens during the process execution.
Upon reaching the fork, child tokens are created; one for each path. When all child paths reach the join, the process continues. However, if I use ProcessInstance.findAllTokens() at this point, it returns the child tokens for the previous fork & join. Each token is still active (according to Token.hasEnded()).
Is this correct?
I would at least expect those child tokens to have been ended. Actually, I wouldn't expect to get those tokens from findAllTokens(), as that's all happened in the past.