Moment X marks the point of no return within a process. The user should place the activity SetMomentX after the point(s) of a workflow from which the task cannot be simply delayed and executed later (1). This is particularly important for technical exceptions. If the Moment X has not been reached, the task can be delayed, and a client can redo the task. If the Moment X is reached, the user must define a strategy on how to continue (2). In the example below, the strategy is to write a message to a human worker and raise and finish with the error that occurred and write it to the database.