0 Replies Latest reply on Sep 14, 2011 1:13 AM by Tobias Wittur

    Throwing and catching errors

    Tobias Wittur Newbie

      Hi,

       

      I am trying to throw and catch error events. My process looks as follows, however the catch does not work.

       

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      According to the documentation:

       

      "Error handlers can be specified using boundary events. This is however currently only possible by doing this in XML directly. We will be adding support for graphically specifying this in the new BPMN2 editor."

       

      Is it required to put my whole process into a subprocess (as in the BPMN2-ErrorBoundaryEventInterrupting Example ) in order to simply catch an error, or is there an easier by now? How would the xml look like, if I catch the error without having a subprocess?

       

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      Best regards,

       

      Tobias