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It indicates that the process is triggered when a signal is detected. This signal was broadcast communication from a business participant or another process.


BPD Intermediate Event Signal (catch & throw)


There are two types of Signal Intermediate events: throwing and catching. This is a consequence from a trigger which is a signal what can broadcast or receive.

Sign Event can operate across Proccess levels. For example, a Signal Event could trigger status reports to a customer, indicating that the process had reached and agreed milestone.


When executing A, B and C are created. Then, if you complete B, the process waits until it receives a signal called TestSignalEvent. So, completing the task, the will be created because the signal was thrown and the intermediate signal catch it.

Note that both signal events have the same name.



Objects: Business Process Diagram

See Also

None Event
Time Event
Conditional Event

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