Fork/Join not supported in model execution

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Fork/Join not supported in model execution

Postby eliora.l@gmail.com » Fri Nov 10, 2017 12:48 pm

Hi,

I am trying to run a simple state diagram (in SysML) I created with a fork node that has one transition in and two transitions out (attached image). I keep getting the error "00:00:00,003 ERROR: Fork Pseudo State is not supported in the execution." If I try to execute the model anyways, it gets stuck and terminates at the fork. I tried making a similar activity diagram and got the same error, however was able to execute through all the actions. Has anyone had any luck getting fork/join nodes to work for executing state diagrams?
Thanks,
Eliora
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Re: Fork/Join not supported in model execution

Postby arnon_l » Mon Nov 13, 2017 11:17 pm

Hello,

As the error message said, we doesn't support fork pseudo states(nodes) in the state machine diagram (only support fork nodes in the activity diagram).

I also believe that the error message was not come from the activity diagram, it should come from the state machine diagram.

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