Project.Json file -> runtime options

There are 7 runtimeoptions within project.json file: Those are:

(1) isPausable - Whether pause is enabled for the process
(2) requiresUserInteraction - Whether the process is a long running process.
(3) supportsPersistence - Whether the process supports persistence,
(4) “autoDispose”: false,
(5) “netFrameworkLazyLoading”: false,
(6) “isAttended”: false,
(7) “executionType”: “Workflow”,

I tried to understand their purpose and usage. I’ve got some queries. It would be good if I can get some feedback on these.

(1) IsPausable → how is this used? can you provide some examples of using this flag as ‘true’

(2) requiresUserInteraction → When does it become ‘true’?

(3) supportsPersistence → This is automatically set to ‘true’ with use of one or more persistence activity (from persistence activity package). Is that correct?

(6) isAttended → When does it become ‘true’?

(4) autoDispose → what does this do? When does it become ‘true’?

(5) netFrameworkLazyLoading → what does this do? When does it become ‘true’?

(7) executionType → Does this take any other values like ‘State Machine’, ‘Flow chart’ etc?


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