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End Event - Definition
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One of the key BPMN flow objects are End Events. An End Event is a type of Event that indicates where a path in the process will end. In terms of Sequence Flows, the End Event ends the flow of the Process, and thus, will not have any outgoing Sequence Flows.
An End Event can have a specific Result that will appear as a marker within the center of the End Event shape. End Event Results are Message, Error, Compensation, Signal, Link, and Multiple. The End Event shares the same basic shape of the Start Event and Intermediate Event, a circle, but is drawn with a thick single line.
Related to: Business Process Analysis
Last Updated: 5/6/2018 5:12:53 AM
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