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  1. Red Hat Process Automation Manager
  2. RHPAM-2839

Event Sub-process with timer start node fire if an intermediate timer from process is triggered

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      CR1
    • Steps to Reproduce:
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      • Import attached project into business-central console.
      • Build and deploy project and execute TestProcess.bpmn2 file.
      • Timer start event from event Subprocess is expected to be triggered after 1 hr but it got triggered once timerBoundary event is triggerd.
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      Import attached project into business-central console. Build and deploy project and execute TestProcess.bpmn2 file. Timer start event from event Subprocess is expected to be triggered after 1 hr but it got triggered once timerBoundary event is triggerd.
    • Sprint:
      2020 Week 13-15 (from Mar 23)
    • QE Test Coverage:
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      Description

      The Event Sub-process with timer is configured with a 1 hr value but when an intermediate timer on a user task fire(Timer boundary event) after a specified f time, the Event Sub-process is also fired.

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                • Assignee:
                  elguardian Enrique González Martínez
                  Reporter:
                  abhumbe Abhijit Humbe
                  Tester:
                  Gonzalo Muñoz Fernández
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