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Still More on Process Data Input

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

I rarely get comments on my obscure techie BPMN 2.0 posts, but this one seems to have legs. Kris Verlaenen of jBPM has a thoughtful response, posted both as a comment to mine and on his own site (to show a diagram). He says, It seems to me, from reading the specification, that data input and output associations are meant to be “local”, by which I mean they are not intended to be referenced from outside the element in which they are defined.

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