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Shunsuke Akifuji CT0061 The subscribe method of Process Instance is necessary. I think it is the method to implement a

nested sub process.

Issue 33
Observer.PropFind

Rainer Weber CT0036 Why necessary?

I think "Complete" suffices. See 2.5

Proposal: Leave it out.

Richard Heim RW0021 We have implemented this to return information about all active processes (jobs) for a given

observer. I thought "complete" was pushed to the observer for notification while "propfind"

was requested.

Issue 34
Observer.PropPatch

Rainer Weber CT0037 Why necessary?

"Complete" returns results. So why do we need PropPatch?

Is there a workflow system that needs this? (Which one?)

Proposal: Leave it out.

Issue 35
ProcessDefinition.ListInstances Parameter Priority

Rainer Weber CT0045 Priority

Why does this return the priority (as oposed to other attributes that are not returned)?

Proposal: Discuss.

Issue 36
ProcessInstance.GetHistory Parameter "EventType"

Rainer Weber CT0047 Parameter "EventType"

Proposal: Better name: EventName, as it is a name.

Issue 37
ProcessInstance.GetHistory Parameter "SourceKey"

Rainer Weber CT0048 Parameter "SourceKey"

Why is this necessary? I think this is the ResourceID of the

process instance! Similar: SourceName.

Proposal: Clarify

Issue 38
ProcessInstance.GetHistory Parameter

Rainer Weber CT0049 Parameter "ContainerKey"

What is the difference to SourceKey and ResourceID?

Proposal: Clarify

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