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This page provides the Documents related to Kinetic Task
The Kinetic Task API exposes the functionality necessary for external applications to initiate and control the execution of task trees. The two primary use cases for consuming the Kinetic Task API are source roots (applications that initiate task processing), and delegate systems (applications that have task handlers to initiate a process and defer, waiting for the application to complete the process and respond that the process is complete).
This article covers the low-level details of the Kinetic Security Language, how it is implemented, and how to write complex security policies.