The BPMN Transaction Subprocess article focus on the definition and usage of the transaction subprocess element as documented in the BPMN 2.0 specification. The example process diagram illustrates the correct use of the transaction subprocess. The BPMN Guidelines section contains a detailed set of rules that apply to the transaction subprocess and explains how the element may or may not be used within the different BPMN diagrams.
What is a Transaction Subprocess?
“A Transaction is a specialized type of Sub-Process that will have a special behavior that is controlled through a transaction protocol.” ~ BPMN Specification
The BPMN specification defines the Transaction Subprocess using the following description and notation:
|Transaction Subprocess||A Transaction is a specialized type of Sub-Process that will have a special behavior that is controlled through a transaction protocol. There are three basic outcomes of a Transaction: Successful completion, Failed completion & Hazard.|
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- Business Process Model and Notation Specification Version 2.0.2. (2014, January). https://www.omg.org/spec/BPMN/2.0.2/