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ProcessEngines.getDefaultProcessEngine() .getRuntimeService() .signalEventReceived("SignalName");  RSS feed

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Please I need help.

How I can test this code:

I am trying to test it within process code but it is not working (nothing is happening and the signal catch event is not triggered), does this mean that it is only possible to use it by other application (integration purposes) that will call java class that will use this code?

By the way: I tried to trigger the signal catch event using signal throwing event within the workflow process and it worked fine. But using the above code, nothing is happen. So that is why I am asking it the above code can be used only for integration (other software need to trigger the signal)? If yes, then how I can test it without having the other software?

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