BPMN Data Objects
Process modeling commonly requires representing items that are created, manipulated, stored, sent or received during the execution of a process.
This may be a physical item like a car, or information such as a product invoice.
BPMN offers direct support for modeling information items and the flow of information items, whereas physical items can only be represented indirectly.
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