A event subprocess is embedded within the parent process, used to handle exceptions. It can be started with a timer event, a signal, or an error event from the parent process, or with a signal or message event from another pool. When the event subprocess starts, the parent process is aborted. If the parent process is a called process, flow returns to its parent process, which continues to execute in parallel with the event subprocess. An event subprocess has access to all the process variables of the parent process in which it is embedded. No data mapping is required.
Defining an event subprocess
To create an event subprocess: