Process

The Process class is used to describe processes being executed on sources, targets, and analyzers.

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name (1)

The name of the program being executed. This is a short name; path and argument information are provided elsewhere.

pid (0..1)

The process identifier of the process.

path (0..1)

The full path of the program being executed.

arg (0..*)

A command-line argument to the program. Multiple arguments may be specified (they are assumed to have occurred in the same order they are provided) with multiple uses of arg.

env (0..*)

An environment string associated with the process; generally of the format "VARIABLE=value". Multiple environment strings may be specified with multiple uses of env.

Attributes

ident (Optional)

A unique identifier for the process; see Section 3.2.9.


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