How to set the execution scope of a process property local to a process

Document created by Nikita_nandakumar on Oct 31, 2014Last modified by dave_lesshafft on Mar 1, 2016
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Process properties have "execution scope", meaning that once they are set they remain available for the duration of the current process execution. This also means the properties are available across other processes initiated via the Process Call step, as is common in parent/child process designs.


In order for the execution scope to remain local to a process, you would need to define a  process property with a unique name per process.


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