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Intermediary Event

Allows you to start a new branch for a process directly from a task in case this task is cancelled or is failing or has not been performed in a given duration

Name
Name of the intermediary event.

ID
Unique ID of the intermediary event. The ID is generated and cannot be modified.

Trigger
Describe the type of "event" that will trigger process to use the new branch starting from the task on which the intermediary event is attached. Available triggers are:

  • Timer: new branch will be used if this task has not been performed in a given Time period (for a manual task or a subprocess)
  • Cancel: new branch will be used if this task has been cancelled. This trigger can only be used on a manual task (see Manual Task Tab and Web interfaces)
  • Error: new branch will be used if this task has failed (connector error, freemarker error...)

Formula
Check box to define a dynamic duration (in minutes) given by process variables for an event timer (ex: ${mydelay}) instead of a fixed Time period. This field is only available for "Intermediary event" with type "Timer"

Description
Description of the intermediary event.

info If you need to go back to main process after your new branch, use "End choice" symbol to join main process and new branch.

info You can also go back from an intermediary event as for a standard process