Script execution types

There are two script execution types. When deciding on which type to use, consider the following:

  • In Process - this type of script runs immediately and must only be used when necessary (for example, when immediate feedback is required from the user interface). Avoid setting time-consuming operations as In Process. Executing a script in process interrupts the ongoing process until the script has finished. Because there is no way to manage script execution time, this may impact the end-user's experience.

  • In Background - this type of script runs behind the scenes, meaning in the background and without user interference. By default, the script execution type must be In Background.

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