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    Destroying an entity if a failure occurs during service

    @willem, after working a little more, I created an add on process when the workstation fails with a search, release, and destroy step like you suggested and it seems to be doing the trick. I had to try a few things before figuring out I needed to release the specific workstation object in question, but it seems to be humming along now. Thank you for the suggestion!
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    Destroying an entity if a failure occurs during service

    @willem , thanks for your reply! That sounds like what I'm trying to do. Are you referring to creating an Add-On Process with Search, Release, Destroy steps? I'm playing around with that but haven't figured it out yet. I looked for an 'on failed event' event, but under my Definitions>Events window, I only have 1 inherited event and then three others that I created for other functions. Can you guide me a little further? Thank you!
  3. Hello, I am modeling a range wherein if a workstation encounters a failure while processing an entity, that entity needs to be destroyed and can't simply wait for the workstation to be repaired and then continue processing. The real world application models a failure of a critical piece of gear on boat, which would have to cancel the mission and return to port for repairs. In my case the mission (the entity) cannot wait for the repair, it must be canceled and start the whole process again later. I am really struggling to implement a process where the entity encountering the failure is destroyed when the failure occurs instead of just waiting around. Thanks for any help anyone can offer!
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