Compensation Flow - Definition
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In BPMN, a Compensation Flow is a type of flow that defines the set of activities that are performed while a transaction is being rolled back, to compensate for activities that were performed during the normal flow of the process. A Compensation Flow can be invoked from a Compensate End or Intermediate Event.
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