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Cancel subprocess using boundary event

Question asked by michj_74 on Oct 8, 2013
Latest reply on Oct 9, 2013 by trademak

I have a process which has a call activity calling a (multi-instance) subprocess. I'd like to be able to cancel a running subprocess from the main process. Currently I'm using signal boundary events for it. The problem is: it works only if I attach a boundary event to every user task which becomes inconvenient if a subprocess has many user tasks. In the current activiti user guide I saw that it should be possible to attach a single boundary event (or may be other type of boundary event?) to the whole subprocess instead of attaching it to every user task, but this did not work for me. I'm using activiti 5.12.1 - could it be a reason?