I was wondering if when a kill process button is clicked on the orchestrator can it give a feedback to code?

I was wondering if when a kill process button is clicked on the orchestrator can it give feedback to code?

I have a custom library that checks in when a process is run and checks out a resources when the process is done and when a process is killed it would remain in a check-in state and was wondering if when the kill button is clicked would it give any feedback that i could use? or any other solution would work too

Don’t use Kill. Use Stop. Stop sends a command to the job. This command can be checked with the Should Stop activity. Kill is a more extreme measure like killing a process in Windows Task Manager - it just kills it with no regard for anything else.

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