Would you agree with the following statements:
1 - When creating a choreography in VP it is a good practice to create a new model for each individual choreography (please refer to diagram below).
2 - This is the only way to enforce that the items of a choreography are segregated in the model explorer view.
3 - The reason for this is because the model explorer view segregates diagram items based on the pool. When a pool is not present, then the items of a choreography are listed with the diagrams (by default).
At the end of the day, I’m trying to identify which view better adapts to my work as a BPM architect. So far none of the views you provide seems to complete fit to what I need.
The Diagram Navigator seems a good candidate but the fact that you don’t have a “directory” for choreographies makes my job of trying to find them really hard. Curiously the Project Browser view, which was the one I was using initially, is not longer able to meet my needs now that I have a large quantity of bpmn diagrams.
It would help if in the Diagram Navigator could have a directory not only for choreographies but also for DMN and CMMN. But then that would be a longer discussion because it seems that I would need a new subscription for CMMN, and it seems that at this time VP doesn’t support DMN.
Thank you for you time and clarifications.