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Timer Event/Signal Event In Cluster Environment

Question asked by lijinting01 on Sep 8, 2016
Latest reply on Dec 22, 2016 by thuynh
Environment Description: activiti 5.21.0 with spring boot 1.4.0.

Activiti is working in cluster environment, which each node has it's own activiti engine, sharing the same database schema.

My questions are:

If there is a timer event in the process definition, what happens when the timer event reached it's scheduled time? Will each node start a scheduled job execution respectively?

If there is a signal event in the process definition, what happens when a signal is thrown in one of those nodes? Will the signal broadcast to each node sharing the same database? 

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