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Passing User-Defined Process Properties and Property Sets to Error Processes
If you want more than just the system-defined process properties to be passed to the error process, note the following:
- If you want the original process instance to pass any user-defined process properties to the error process, you have to explicitly recreate those user-defined process properties in your error process, giving them the same name and data type.
- If you want to pass a property set from the original process to the error process, you have to create a common user-defined hierarchy process property in the original workflow process and in the error process, and use this common hierarchy property to pass the property set.
- If you want the error process to get the name of the original workflow process, you have to create a common user-defined process property in the original workflow process and in the error process, and then pass the original process name through this common user-defined process property.