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Hello,

I hope all is well.

 

I totally understand the difference between an exclusive and inclusive gateways. However, I came across somehow a confusing scenario.

 

I am modelling a process that involves accepting a change estimate, there is a decision to be made. if the estimate is accepted then there are 3 different possibilities here as follows:

 

If the estimate is accepted then go to step A

If the estimate is rejected, then go to Step B

If the change itself is dropped, then go to Step C

 

Is this an exclusive or inclusive gateway scenario? My thought is that it is an inclusive gateway. I tend to think of exclusive gateways as "Yes or No" Gateways.

 

Your advice is highly appreciated.

 

Madi 

 
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