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Scope of event subprocesses

Question asked by meweiss on Dec 21, 2015
Latest reply on Dec 22, 2015 by jbarrez
Hi all,

Trying to interpret this line from the documentation about how event subprocesses work - "An interrupting sub-process cancels any executions in the current scope"

What does current scope mean?

I assume if I have a parent process with an event subprocess that gets triggered, the parent process is killed.

But when things get more complex - say you have a parent process, which uses call activity and a multi instance loop to spawn a bunch of child subprocesses. If an event subprocess triggers in a single one of those children, which processes are cancelled? All siblings and the parent? Just the single child subprocess?