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User task, ExecutionId and Timer Boundary Event

Question asked by jackw on May 31, 2011
Latest reply on Jun 8, 2011 by jackw
When the Timer Boundary Event is attached to the User Task, this task is created with executionId of "subprocess".
This suprocess probably handles branche of attached timer. But I think the user task should belongs (executionId) to main process instead of subprocess.

I have scenario with user task with recurrent mail notification. I use cancelActivity="false" since I want to user task remain after trigger fires and sends email (it is only notification).

Is this correct behaviour? Why?