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Is it possible to use boundary timers on a multi-instance parallel task which is part of a subprocess?

Question asked by paiyyavj13 on Oct 31, 2017
Latest reply on Nov 14, 2017 by paiyyavj13



I am using APS 1.6.4.

I am trying to achieve mail alerts on penultimate and last day of task being due.

I have a boundary timer event on the task and trigger it once on penultimate day and use another timer to trigger it on the last day of the task being due.


It works fine for the scenario when the task is a single-instance type.


I have a scenario wherein, a task is part of a subprocess which is- multi-instance type parallel.


My implementation fails in this scenario. If the parallel call is for 5 times then the boundary event should be triggerred equal number of times(i.e. 5 times)- but it happens 3 or 4 times leaving one or two triggers. Logs do not show any error.


Does boundary timer trigger have any limitations on multi-instance tasks?


Appreciate any help... Thank you...