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anil

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Hi,

I am working with 9.2 designer,

I have created 2 sub-Processes and want to process both parallel y;
But when I try to link both processes to LinkedProcessStage there is no any sub-Process available in List.

Cant able to sub-process association in linked process stage. 

Please see attached screen shoot for more details.

Please help me out .

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A C

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Did you drop the subprocess on the main map?  From the documentation:

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1. Create the Sub-Process.

2. In the main process, drag and drop the Sub-Process from the Sub-Processes pane.

 

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Yes BMellert,

 In the main process,I have drag and drop the Sub-Process from the Sub-Processes pane, steel sub-Processes are not available in LinkedProcessStage.

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Linked Processes and Sub-Processes are not the same. Your confusion may be from the names in previous versions. In this version (9) the names are more sensible:

Linked processes generate linked 'child' folders in complete and separate (but in the same project) processes.

sub-processes are just that - not processes by themselves, but can be included in any other process.

In 'BPM' terms, linked processes are parallel execution, sub-processes are 'in series' execution.

See our training guides and reviews for more information.

This should be in the Designer section and I'll move it later.

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Yes Jerome Thanks for your reply and suggestion.

Your right I was in confusion with Sub-Processes and linked processes.

As per my need I implemented 2 more separate processes in same solution and attached it to the Linked Process stage and with RendezvousAction and its working as per my expectations.

 

Thank you..!


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