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Allow 1:M linking on Message Events instead of just 1:1
Our business processes have multiple instances where an event on one process triggers more than one process to begin. We would like the ability to add a link to each process on the Send Message Event. Today we handle this by adding the names of the processes that are triggered to the Docs Tab on the Message Event. This is very cumbersome to keep update. If the 1:M linking is allowed on Message Events, the Where Used function should recognize that a process is linked to (used in) from the process that is linking to it from the Message Event. If this feature is added, we would want the ability to move the order of the processes being linked to up and down in order to have them in a specific order.
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