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  2. KOGITO-1560

BPMN editor shows incorrect (default) data in property panel.

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      1) Create a new BPMN file.
      2) Open the file with the editor
      3) Open the properties panel.
      4) Add a process variable, or change the process id.
      5) Save the file.
      6) Open the file again.
      7) Open the properties panel, the data is not there.

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      1) Create a new BPMN file. 2) Open the file with the editor 3) Open the properties panel. 4) Add a process variable, or change the process id. 5) Save the file. 6) Open the file again. 7) Open the properties panel, the data is not there.
    • 2020 Week 13-15 (from Mar 23), 2020 Week 16-18 (from Apr 13)

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      If you open a BPMN2 file, and open the properties panel, the data shown is "default data" and incorrect. Anything you change in that properties panel is NOT persisted.

      The workaround is to close the property panel, select a node in your diagram, open the property panel, and then select the process. That way, the process properties do get loaded correctly, and you can change them.

      It's rather nasty, as you don't really get an error or any indication that something is wrong. I.e, I just tried to change the name of id of a process, and it took me 5 minutes to figure out what was wrong.

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              romartin@redhat.com Roger Martinez
              rhn-gps-ddoyle Duncan Doyle (Inactive)
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