Starts an "edit session" on the definition of a nominated LANSA process definition.
The edit session can be used to define a new process or alter an existing one.
The process definition is locked for exclusive use throughout the edit session.
Only one process definition can be edited at one time (ie: it is not possible to concurrently edit two or more process definitions within the same job).
A process edit session should be terminated using the END_PROCESS_EDIT Built-In Function to ensure all locks/etc are released/shutdown in an orderly manner.
Any process edit session that receives a fatal error will have an END_PROCESS_EDIT command automatically issued.
Special Note: This Built-In Function provides access to very advanced facilities that basically allow RDML functions to construct new RDML functions.
This is a very specialized area that requires very good knowledge of the LANSA product. Use of this Built-In Function in a "commercial" application (e.g. Order Entry) is not normal and should not be attempted.
This is a Specialized Built-In Function for use in a Development Environment only.