1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 12, 2013 6:59 AM by wishmaster7

    Service Task + Error Boundary Event ?

    wishmaster7 Newbie

      Hi all,

       

      I am using a Service Task which calls a Java method, and I'd like to know how to handle exceptions in the jBPM process. I've tried to design it with a Boundary Event (see attached screenshot) but I'm not sure if it works and how I can trigger it from my Java method.

       

      Can someone please help me?

       

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        • 1. Re: Service Task + Error Boundary Event ?
          wishmaster7 Newbie

          well... I have found a way to trigger the boundary event, it works this way :

           

          String serviceTaskId = "ServiceTask_1";

          String errorCode = "Error";

          ksession.signalEvent("Error-"+serviceTaskId+"-"+errorCode, "", processInstance.getId());

           

          BUT...

           

          if I am in a sub-process, the "Fail" node is triggered, but the sub-process is not completed => we don't reach the next node in the parent process.

           

          the boundary event has an attribute:  cancelActivity="true" . but it seems the process is still waiting for something to happen in the sub-process. and I haven't been able to manually abort the service task (not even sure if it's the solution).

           

          I've also tried with a "Terminate Definition" on the "Fail" node, it doesn't solve the problem.

           

           

          does someone has an idea of what I should do ?