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Sequence Flow - Definition
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A Sequence Flow is a connecting object that shows the order in which activities are performed in a Process and is represented with a solid graphical line.
Each Flow has only one source and only one target. A Sequence Flow can cross the boundaries between Lanes of a Pool but cannot cross the boundaries of a Pool.
Related to: Business Process Analysis
Last Updated: 4/27/2018 12:45:37 AM
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