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  1. Red Hat Process Automation Manager
  2. RHPAM-1732

Stunner - Nested sub-process is not created well and validation fails

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Critical
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: 7.2.0.GA
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: jBPM Designer
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    • Affects Build:
      CR1
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    • Steps to Reproduce:
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      1) Create the process of the figure

      2) Try to save the process

      3) the following validation errors are raised.

      Validation failed.
      Reason/s:
      [Identifier: _9D517B5E-4D50-472C-AE2E-2B2396028D67]
      (ERROR) Sequence flow connectors cannot exceed the embbedded subprocess' bounds. Both source and target nodes must be in same parent process.Unable to render embedded object: File (org.kie.workbench.common.stunner.core.rule.violations.RuleViolationImpl) not found.!!
      (ERROR) Sequence flow connectors cannot exceed the embbedded subprocess' bounds. Both source and target nodes must be in same parent process.Unable to render embedded object: File (org.kie.workbench.common.stunner.core.rule.violations.RuleViolationImpl) not found.!!
      [Identifier: _AFD6DD73-2C87-484B-94B5-C04E81FD2829]
      (ERROR) Sequence flow connectors cannot exceed the embbedded subprocess' bounds. Both source and target nodes must be in same parent process.Unable to render embedded object: File (org.kie.workbench.common.stunner.core.rule.violations.RuleViolationImpl) not found.!!
      (ERROR) Sequence flow connectors cannot exceed the embbedded subprocess' bounds. Both source and target nodes must be in same parent process.Unable to render embedded object: File (org.kie.workbench.common.stunner.core.rule.violations.RuleViolationImpl) not found.!!

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      1) Create the process of the figure 2) Try to save the process 3) the following validation errors are raised. Validation failed. Reason/s: [Identifier: _9D517B5E-4D50-472C-AE2E-2B2396028D67] (ERROR) Sequence flow connectors cannot exceed the embbedded subprocess' bounds. Both source and target nodes must be in same parent process. Unable to render embedded object: File (org.kie.workbench.common.stunner.core.rule.violations.RuleViolationImpl) not found. !! (ERROR) Sequence flow connectors cannot exceed the embbedded subprocess' bounds. Both source and target nodes must be in same parent process. Unable to render embedded object: File (org.kie.workbench.common.stunner.core.rule.violations.RuleViolationImpl) not found. !! [Identifier: _AFD6DD73-2C87-484B-94B5-C04E81FD2829] (ERROR) Sequence flow connectors cannot exceed the embbedded subprocess' bounds. Both source and target nodes must be in same parent process. Unable to render embedded object: File (org.kie.workbench.common.stunner.core.rule.violations.RuleViolationImpl) not found. !! (ERROR) Sequence flow connectors cannot exceed the embbedded subprocess' bounds. Both source and target nodes must be in same parent process. Unable to render embedded object: File (org.kie.workbench.common.stunner.core.rule.violations.RuleViolationImpl) not found. !!
    • Sprint:
      2019 Week 05-07

      Description

      When the process of the of the figure is created, it seems like the graph is not generated well, since the rules fails saying that:

      "Sequence flow connectors cannot exceed the embbedded subprocess' bounds. Both source and target nodes must be in same parent process."

      But see that all sequence flows has source and target in the same process/sub-process.

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                • Assignee:
                  tdolphine Tiago Dolphine
                  Reporter:
                  lpetrovicky Lukáš Petrovický
                  Tester:
                  Kirill Gaevskii
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