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Controlled Flow - Definition
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In BPMN, a Controlled Flow is a flow that proceeds from one flow object to another, via a sequence flow link, but is subject to either conditions or dependencies from other flow as defined by a gateway. Typically, this is seen as a Sequence Flow between two activities, with a conditional indicator (mini-diamond) or a Sequence Flow connected to a Gateway.
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Last Updated: 4/28/2018 12:59:43 AM
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