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Debugging a Subprocess
Subprocesses can be displayed in either collapsed or expanded form in the process model. When you step into a collapsed subprocess, the process debugger expands it in place in the process editor. When the debug session ends, the subprocess returns to its original state, whether collapsed or expanded.
The Trace view displays data for a subprocess, whether it is collapsed or expanded in the process editor.
Subprocess steps can be looped. This means all the steps within the subprocess can be executed multiple times. BPMN Subprocess steps and webMethods Subprocess (Deprecated) steps support standard looping. Steps with standard loops display a loop marker in the process editor.
As does webMethods Monitor, the Trace view displays loop data differently for BPMN Subprocess steps and webMethods Subprocess (Deprecated) steps. For more information, refer to Debugging a Looped Step.
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