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Goutham Kumar Yellumahanti (GOUTHAMKUMAR)
Virtusa Consulting Services Pvt. Ltd.

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Posted: March 3, 2016
Last activity: March 9, 2016
Posted: 3 Mar 2016 6:44 EST
Last activity: 9 Mar 2016 7:43 EST
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Is there any limitation to number of utilities we can call simultaneously in a flow shape?

Hi,

I have a requirement to start multiple flows on submit of a screen based on its input. In a worst scenario, I have start three flows independent to each other. For some technical reasons, I cannot use spin-off or sub-process. They should behave like adhoc flows. So, I am calling this activity called "StartNewFlow" three times for three flows that I want to initiate.

But, at run time, it is initiating only two processes. As I had a look at the tracer it is ending the process after second utility

Tracer screenshot_1.png

Say, I have Utility1, Utility2, Utility3. It is executing Utlity1, Utility2 and ending the flow. If I skip Utility1 then, Utility2, Utility3 are executed. I tried changing the order of utilities but no luck.

So, is there any limitation to number of utilities we can call simultaneously in a flow shape? What is the meaning of that highlighted flow message?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Goutham

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