A terminate event ends the complete scope it is raised in and all contained inner scopes.
It is useful if you have a parallel token flow in a process and you want to consume all tokens available in the same scope immediately.
A terminate event on process instance level terminates the complete instance. On subprocess level the current scope and all contained processes instances will be terminated.
Terminate Event Definition
A terminate event is modeled as an end event with an additional definition element to mark the termination:
<process id="someProcess"> <!-- ... --> <endEvent id="EndEvent_2" name="Tweet rejected"> <terminateEventDefinition id="TerminateEventDefinition_1"/> <endEvent> <!-- ... --> </process>
|Attributes||camunda:asyncBefore, camunda:asyncAfter, camunda:exclusive, camunda:jobPriority|