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SetUseActiveSandboxProperty should persist for Process and any child processes
Just like the way Temporary views and subsets now works where the objects persist until the end of the process chain/transaction, setting SetUseActiveSandboxProperty(1) in the parent should keep this enabled through all child processes.
When running a parent process with multiple child processes you need to code into each child process the function SetUseActiveSandboxProperty with the relevant value. The value may need to be set using a global or session variable.
Just like the Active Server Sandbox is available in child processes once set, so should this property be.
Users often want to run a process to test various scenarios and their outcomes. Aligning the behaviour of SetUseActiveSandboxProperty would make processes less prone to error or worse inadvertantly overwriting Base!
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