Intermediate Events properties

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Intermediate Events properties

 

 

ELEMENT

CONSIDERATIONS

PROPERTIES

Intermediate event

Intermediate Event

None

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal.

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database.

 

Description: Displays additional information for the Event.

 

Reassign: If enabled, the Event can be reassigned by the user during the process.

 

Cost: Indicates the cost of the Event.

 

Priority: Indicates the order on which Bizagi will activate or execute Events.

 

Notify: When enabled, this property notifies about the assignation to all users that have been assigned to an Event.

 

Help text: In this option, the user can configure a help text for the Event.

 

URL Help: In this option, the user can configure a URL that contains help text for the Event.

Message intermediate event

Message Event

If a Process is waiting for the message, it will be paused until the message arrives or it will change the flow for exception handling.

 

In order to use a throw Message, there has to be a corresponding catch Message Event that catches the message. It can be a Message Intermediate Event or a Message Start Event.

 

The shape in the Process that throws the message should be configured to identify the target Process and the target Element.

 

The catch and throw messages must have the exact same name and they must be in different Processes.

 

For further information about how to configure Events please refer to Message Exchange

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal.

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database.

 

Description: Displays additional information for the Event.

 

Timer intermediate

Timer Event

The length or the time assigned to the Timer Intermediate Event can be fixed or variable and is defined in minutes. The minutes assigned correspond to the wait time that must be taken into account. For example, if the Process flows arrives to an Event Timer which has defined duration of 120 minutes at 17:00 (5:00 p.m.) on Friday and the work shift has been defined from Monday to Friday at 9:00 (9:00 a.m.), then the Process will wait before continuing to the following Activity.

 

In order for the shape to operate properly, the scheduler service for the corresponding application must be enabled.

 

For further information about how to configure Timer Events please refer to Timers Duration

 

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal.

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database.

 

Runtime Properties

 

Cost: Indicates the cost of the Event.

 

Duration: The time in hours and minutes that must transpire before the Event triggers. The calendar associated to the organization in the Working Time Schema is considered for this calculation. Maximum values are:

o35791393 (Hours)

o59 (Minutes)

 

Link intermediate

Link Event

Link Event uses are limited to a single Process level. That is, they are used only within the same Process.

 

The throw Event should have no outgoing transitions. The catch Event should have no incoming transitions. Bizagi will automatically convert the link Event to a throw Event as soon as the diagram is saved.

 

The catch and throw links must have the exact same name.

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal.

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database.

 

Description: Displays additional information for the Event.

Signal intermediate

Signal Event

A signal is sent to any shape that is configured to receive it, that is, has the same Name. There is no specific target, so any shape that is available will be triggered.

 

This shape has a throw and a catch option, which is to send a Signal or receive a Signal.
When used to throw the signal, the shape is filled. When used to catch the signal, the shape is unfilled.

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal.

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database. It cannot be modified.

 

Description: Displays additional information for the Event.

ConditionalEvent

Conditional Event

A Boolean condition must be defined.

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal.

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database. It cannot be modified.

 

Description: Displays additional information for the Event.

 

Intermediate Events Attached to an Activity Boundary

 

ELEMENT

CONSIDERATIONS

PROPERTIES

Message_attached_event

Message Event

The shape in the Process that throws the message should be configured to identify the target Process and the target Element.

 

This event and throw messages must have the exact same name and they must be in different Processes.

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal.

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database.

 

Description: Displays additional information for the Event.

Attached Timer intermediate

Timer Event

If it is used as time control for a Manual Activity, it will be diagrammed within the Activity (bottom).

 

When activated the Event interrupts the Activity to which it is attached.

 

For further information about how to configure Timer Events please refer to Timers Duration

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal.

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database.

 

Cost: Indicates the cost of the Event

 

Duration: The time in minutes that must transpire before the Event triggers. The calendar associated to the organization in the Working Time Schema is considered for this calculation.

Error Intermediate

Error Event

 

 

 

It reacts to (catches) a named Error, or to any Error if a name is not specified.

 

An Error Event always interrupts the Activity to which it is attached.

 

For further information please refer to Transactional Sub-Process

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal,

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database.

 

Description: Displays additional information for the Event.

Cancel Intermediate

Cancel Event

This Event is used within a Transactional Sub-Process and must be attached to the boundary of it.

 

It will be triggered if a Cancel End Event is reached within the Transaction Sub-Process. It also will be triggered if a Transaction Protocol Cancel Message has been received while the transaction is being performed.

 

A Cancel Event always interrupts the Activity to which it is attached.

 

For further information please refer to Transactional SubProcess

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database.

 

Description: Displays additional information for the Event.

Compensate intermediate

Compensation Event

This Event is used to catch the Compensation Event. When it occurs, a Compensation Activity will be performed.

 

For further information please refer to Transactional SubProcess

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database. It cannot be modified.

 

Description: Displays additional information for the Event.

SignalAttached

Signal Event

This shape is only able to receive signals

Basic Properties

 

Display Name: This is the display name of the Event that is shown in the Work Portal.

 

Name: This is the name of the Event in database. It cannot be modified.

 

Description: Displays additional information for the Event.