I am trying to figure out how to model in BPMN a call for a specific subprocess after the end of a main process.
In other words,I have a main process that must call a specific subprocess after it ends.
It is important to note that the main process and subprocess are defined in the same pool/participant.
Therefore, I can not use a end event message to the subprocess because both are in the same pool.
Please, May some on help me?
I could not figure out how to do it.
Why do you want to start this process after an end event
Because the end of this specific process, it must trigger that specific subprocess.
I mean, when the main process finishes, it must trigger the execution of a particular subprocess - I do not know how to model this scenario in BPMN.
Why not make the sub-process as process of it’s own.
Because it is a reusable subprocess used by another processes.
If the sub-process is part of the main process then what would be the problem with putting it before the end event.
Because the subprocess is only triggered after the main process finishes.
what functionality are you trying to achieve with this pattern?
Point out that a specific subprocess must be triggered when the main process finishes.
Is there a reason why you’re not using Camunda modeler (not that i’m offended - just wondering )
Because I had no choice, the company that I work for has decided to use another tool.