Is useful to represent a situation where a process is waiting for a pre-defined condition to become true.
It defines a rule that must be met for the process to continue. This type of event is triggered by a change in the data related to the Process. There are three ways to use Conditional Intermediate Events:
- In normal flow, but only as catch Events.
- Attached to an Activity boundary to interrupt it.
- As part of an Event-Based Gateway
In most cases, this Event is attached to an activity boundary, so that the change of condition interrupts the activity.
Objects: Business Process Diagram