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SignalBoundaryEvent not saved in BPMN File

Question asked by kkdw on Jun 18, 2015
Latest reply on Jun 18, 2015 by kkdw
Dear all,

I am trying to include a SignalBoundaryEvent in one of my Subprocesses. I want to throw the signal into Activity from outside so there is no SignalThrowingEvent in the Subprocess.

After adding the SingalBoundaryEvent and saving the diagram the corresponding bpmn File (located in src/main/resources/diagrams/) will not get updated and the SignalBoundaryEvent is not incorporated in the BPMN-model. Even after removing the Event again from the diagram and adding other items like serviceTasks and sequenceFlows the diagram will not get updated (unless the update opdion (ctrl+f5) is used). This problem seems to occur specifically with  SignalBoundaryEvents. ErrorBoundaryEvent/TimerBoundaryEvents work fine. Am I missing something or is this a bug?

I am using Activiti 5.17.0 and for the modelling the Activiti Eclipse BPMN 2.0 Designer 5.15.0.201407081458, within the Eclipse Luna Service Release 2 (4.4.2).

Cheers,
Konrad   

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