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GeneXus Business Process Management Suite course

Versions: GeneXus 15 and 16
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Communication between processes with signal type events

Signal events are used to send or receive signals within or outside the process. For this reason, they are useful for both communication between parts of the same process and between processes linked by a hierarchical relationship. In this video, we will examine the various types of signal events and their use with a step-by-step example


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