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Starting a new process instance from inside a process asynchronously.

Question asked by maudrid on Jun 23, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 24, 2016 by martin.grofcik
I'm wondering if it is possible to create a process definition that will use something like the Call activity (subprocess) to start a new process instance.
Once it is started, I do not care what the outcome is, I want this original process to continue executing.

From the documentation:
When process execution arrives in the call activity, a new execution is created that is a sub-execution of the execution that arrives in the call activity. This sub-execution is then used to execute the subprocess, potentially creating parallel child execution as within a regular process. The super-execution waits until the subprocess is completely ended, and continues the original process afterwards.

I do not want the super-execution to wait and I don't want the new process instance to be a sub-execution.
I would, however, like to know what the id of the new process that was started is.

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