How can I understand this BPMN Basic Rules?


#1

From http://www.bpmn.org/ => Quick Guide => BPMN Basic Rules, I found a basic rule for Sub-Process is that A Start Event in a Sub-Process must be of type None. but right now i can change the start event to other types like message start event or timer in camunda modeler. Do I need to validate bpmn diagrams for this basic rule manually?


#2

You can cange the type of an element via the context pad.

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#3

How was the rule phrased? Is it a standards document? Please share with us the original contents of the rule, i.e. via a screenshot of the relevant text.

We enforce proper usage of BPMN on a best effort basis. If this is an actual rule, we should disallow the creation / placement of typed start events inside a sub process.

We already do this, i.e. when moving a non-interrupting start event from an event sub-process to a normal sub-process:

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#4

We got room for improvement here. This issue tracks the relevant progress.