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Why do all persisted Process Properties show up on "Edit Process Properties" page of an deployed process?
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on Jan 19, 2015
on Apr 4, 2015 by richard_moon
Can anyone tell me why all persisted Process Properties show up on the "Edit Process Properties" page of a deployed process, even if they aren't referenced in the process or any of its child processes?
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Apr 4, 2015 1:03 AM
Are you saying that you:
(1) Created a persistant Dynamic Process Property within your process,
(2) Deployed and executed the process
(3) Removed all references to that property
(4) Deployed and executed again
... and the Process Property is still showing up under "Edit Process Properties"?
If this is the case, one might argue that Persist really means Persist :-) Presumably it is doing no harm, right?
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