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About Transition Type Behavior
About Transition Types
About Step Transition Behavior
About Transition Exceptions
About Importing Models with Subprocesses with Compensating Error Transitions
About Transitions and Standard Exception Handling
A transition connects one step to another within a process or a subprocess. The transition behavior described in these topics applies to both steps and subprocesses. For more information about creating and configuring transitions, see Creating a Transition and Configuring Transition Behavior.
A transition routes information from one step to another within a process model. You can define the logical behavior of the transition by configuring it as one of the available transition types (some steps do not support all transition types). For information about the available transition types, see About Transition Types.
You can create more than one transition for a step or subprocess; for example, you can configure a step with an If Condition transition, a Default transition, and a Step Iterations Exceeded transition, each connecting to a different step or subprocess, to account for different step outcomes. For more information about configuring step transitions, see Configuring Transition Behavior.
If you import a process model created with Designer version 8.1 or earlier, timeout transitions are replaced with BPMN 2.0 interrupting or non-interrupting boundary timer events. Error transitions are also no longer available in version 8.2 or later and are replaced with BPMN 2.0 boundary intermediate error events when you import process models from earlier versions.
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