December 2015: Incorrect use of Function Event status 
Function events without inputs will in general lead to an error message and the analysis being stopped. The analysis will however continue without an error message if such events also have a state defined (True = failed, False = success). In this case the input is not needed. The state overrides the absence of any input. In this case, the program will incorrectly use the same state of the function event for both its failure and success branches. 
Make sure to always have at least one input defined for all your function events. 
 
Fixed in 3.3.0 
3077 
High 
RiskSpectrum Analysis Tools (RSAT) 
3.2.5