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You can use the process as a main process of the new process.
In the Service tab, search for you old process then drag and drop the invoke operation into the new process. This way, the new process will call the old process.
Am I understanding your question right?
Sorry, I will re-explain with an simple example.
I create a process A : a form as input variable and a assign task service for user Tony Blue.
If I run this process in the workspace of alex pink. I can see in the tracking table that the process step is at Tony Blue.
If I use this process A in a process B by drag and drop it from the service tab in the workbench, and run the process B in the workspace I can't see anymore the steps present in the process A in the tracking table.
It is a issue to can't have a tracking of what happend in the process. The only way I see is to recreate the whole process I use in the ohter process but it is not a good solution.
I hope I have been more fair.
Sorry, I misunderstand your issue.
Unfortunately, you do loose tracking information when you use sub processes.
No matter, I struggle with English (and also with Livecycle) :) so I am hard to understand.
Thank you for your response. I will recreate the whole process :(.