Unless this attribute is set with value
false, a dialog box is displayed during the execution of a process command to show the user what is happening.
Though process commands have been mainly designed to convert XML documents to other formats such as PDF, RTF of HTML, it is also possible to use them to write small, quick, yet sophisticated macro-commands. In such case, the process command/macro-command developer will probably want to:
If specified as
true, this attribute prevents the command from deleting its work directory (
/tmp/xxe) at the end of the processing. This is useful if, for example, you need to look at the XSL-FO file generated by the transform element of the process command.