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Save the progress of a row of service tasks

Question asked by fellowtom on Jul 30, 2013
Latest reply on Jul 30, 2013 by fellowtom
Hi,

I have a theoretical question. My desired process consists of a lots of service tasks which do different things. If I have like 10 service tasks in a row and kill the process at the last one (errors could happen everytime), nothing was saved (ofc, since service tasks are no waitstates). So everything is done again on instance-restart. But they do work which schould not be done twice (create documents/folders, cooperate with other dbs/programs). When the process gets bigger its also no good option to place a waitstate behind every single service task. This would make the process confusing. I had a look at moneytasks example and the "extend activiti designer" part in user guide, but I'm not sure if this is what I need.
I would just like to have a service task that is handled like a waitstate on entry. What is a good solution to solve this problem? I'm glad for every hint.

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