no, this is not possible. they should be fully nested. Unless you write your own fork/join handlers
Thanks for the reply.
I have created two forks, and one join, but only one of the forks will ever be called, so in essence, its one fork to one join. It seems to work fine. This is done so we don't have to create duplicate nodes to do the same work. Hopefully there aren't any problems in doing it this way?
I would think, as Ronald mentioned, that you can't have two forks, where both of them have been taken, and they then both converge at one join. But I can't see why you may need to do this anyway.
I still would not do it this way. I'd move the functionality from the join to an additional node and have to fork/join pairs where both joins converge (not as a join) in this additional node