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Breakdown Using Process Flow?

Hi Team,

I am modelling a process where I have 3 flows. I want to apply breakdown to only Flow1 and Flow2. But I don't have any idea how to refer particular process flow using breakdown activities. How can I achieve it?


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Is it also possible to token color when breakdown happens just to verify process?

Thank you!


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Push the tokens from flow one and two to an Active Tokens list and then use that to get the list of tokens you want to preempt.

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Hi @Jason Lightfoot,

Can you attach the working model with required changes in my model if possible?

Thank you!

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Sorry, I didn't attach it as it's a 2 minute change that everybody should be able to do.

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Thank you! @Jason Lightfoot
I have one question here just to get more clarity.
In case I am not using list, will this breakdown be applied to all 3 flows at the same time?

Thank you!

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