This video belongs to the openHPI course BPMN Meets DMN: Business Process and Decision Modeling. Do you want to see more?
About this video
<p>Events can also be caught or thrown during the process execution, e.g., if some information need to be received from an interaction partner, before the process can continue. Such events are called intermediate event. They can also be used to cancel activities, e.g., if an activity takes too long or produces an error, some exception handling shall be conducted rather than continuing with the regular process flow.</p>