Why do some of my sub process executions not show in Process Reporting, while others do?

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Question:
A main calling processes calls multiple sub processes that are executed for every run, but not all of the sub process executions are displayed in Process Reporting.  Why?
Answer:
If a sub process (aka a child process) has a Start Shape configured as Data Pass-through, when the process(es) are deployed and executed, the child process will not display an execution record.  This is because the data flow is tracked under the parent process.
If a sub process (aka a child process) has a Start Shape configured as a No-Data or Connector, the sub-process execution will be shown on Process Reporting with an execution record.  This is because the data does not flow from the parent process into the child process, therefore the data in the sub-process is tracked as part of the sub-process execution.
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