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SCXML: algorithm may "forget" to start invoke

From: DOLECEK Ales <Ales.DOLECEK@nextiraone.cz>
Date: Tue, 26 Jan 2010 12:42:50 +0100
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  I have found that algorithm for interpretation may end up in stable configuration including atomic state with invoke, that was not started. Take following fragment:
 <state id="S1">
  <invoke id="I"/>
  <transition event="restart" target="S1"/>

S1 is in configuration and external service invoked by I is running. Now "restart" is delivered. S1 will exit and external service canceled. Then S1 will be re-entered, but external service won't start because configuration did not change as intermediate configurations are not considered by algorithm.
=> Algorithm should collect invocations to start and when reaching stable configuration filter out those which does not belong to active state and launch those which remain.
Aleš Doleček	
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