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BPMN 2.0 Choreography Toolbox Pages

To create BPMN elements and relationships on Choreography diagrams in either BPMN 2.0 or BPEL formats, you can use the BPMN 2.0 Choreography pages of the Diagram Toolbox.

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BPMN 2.0 Chorography Elements


Use to

Choreography Model

Extend a composite Activity that defines a Choreography process.


Extend an Activity element to represent a process unit of information exchange between elements.

Start Event

Define the initiating event in a process.

Elements of this type cannot be edge-mounted on other elements.

Intermediate Event

Define an intermediate event in a process.

Elements of this type can only be edge-mounted on Activity elements.

End Event

Define the terminating event in a process.

Elements of this type cannot be edge-mounted on other elements.


Define a decision point in a business process.

If a condition is true then processing continues one way; if false, then another.


Represent the contents of a communication between two elements.


Extend a Partition element to logically organize an Activity.

Text Annotation

Create a comment.

BPMN 2.0 Chorography Connectors


Use to

Sequence Flow

Define the order of activity in a Choreography.


Link the information and Artifacts with BPMN graphic elements.

Message Flow

Extend a Control Flow relationship to define the flow of communications in the process.

Example BPMN 2.0 Choreography Diagram


  • The appearance and specification of some elements and connectors are defined by Tagged Values

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