The issue is with how the logic is constructed, therefore it is a not a defect.
All Clarity Releases
Use the following base condition to ensure that a process instance does start whenever an object attribute is changed.
(Attribute1 = Value1) and (Attribute1 [Previous Value] != 'Value1')
Here is an example of a process that will launch upon the project object actions:
1. Create and Update
a1. Active = 1
a2. Work status = Complete
a3. Work status (previous value) != Complete
a4. Project name contains string: "DONE"
2. Use the process condition builder to translate
( project.obj_work_status == lookup("OBJ_INVESTMENT_WORK_STATUS", "COMPLETE"))
like( project.name, "DONE" )
( project.obj_work_status__oldValue != lookup("OBJ_INVESTMENT_WORK_STATUS", "COMPLETE") )
3. This translates to:
Start Condition for Create ( Project Active = 1 )
Start Condition for Update ( ( ( Project Work Status = 'Complete' ) and ( Project Name like 'DONE*' ) ) and ( Project Work Status [Previous Value] != 'Complete' ) )