Legacy Issue Number: 14803
Source: Oracle ( Meera Srinivasan)
##Source: Oracle (Meera Srinivasan, email@example.com)
##Original Issue: http://www.osoa.org/jira/browse/BPMN-59
##Original Info: (Severity: Significant - Nature: Enhancement)
Section 10.2.5, Page 152 (page 182 in PDF)
Can a sub-process (embedded) have Lanes? My understanding is no. Can the specification clarify this clearly?
Reported: BPMN 2.0b1 — Tue, 24 Nov 2009 05:00 GMT
Disposition: Resolved — BPMN 2.0
Move the laneSets attribute from Process to FlowElementContainer:
(a) Table 10.1, page 124 (154 pdf): remove 4th row from table (laneSets)
(b) Table 8.46, page 78 (108 pdf): add the following row to the table:
laneSets: LaneSet [0..*] || This attribute defines the list of LaneSets used in the Flow Element Container (e.g., Process, Sub-Process). LaneSets are not used for
Choreographies or Sub-Choreographies."
(c) Section 9.2.1, page 117 (147 pdf): replace the first sentence in section with the following: "A Lane is a sub-partition within a Process (often within a Pool) or Sub-
Process and will extend the entire length of the Process level, either vertically or horizontally."
(d) Section 10.7, page 282 (312 pdf): replace the first sentence in section with the following: "A Lane is a sub-partition within a Process (often within a Pool) or Sub-
Process and will extend the entire length of the Process level, either vertically (see figure XX) or horizontally (see figure XX)."
(e) Section 10.7, page 282 (312 pdf): remove second sentence in section.
(f) Figure 10.122, page 285 (315 pdf): replace figure to show the change in the laneSet attribute
(g) Table 10.43, page 181 (211 pdf): add the "laneSet" element to the Sub-Process schema snippet. Also add this element to the BPMN XSD.
Updated: Fri, 6 Mar 2015 20:57 GMT