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The 2 normal ways to build a ProcessEngine is through a ProcessE= ngineBuilder (Activiti without spring) or with a ProcessEngineFactoryBean (= Spring).=20
At this time, we don't have a lot of things that can be configured in th= e configuration files (either activiti.cfg.xml or your-spring-context.xml)<= /p>=20
However, if you know what you're doing and you want to tweak the Process= EngineConfiguration programatically,=20
In the activity wihtout spring case, you have to extend the ProcesEngine= Builder and override the default constructor. There you can tweak the= protected memberfield processEngineConfiguration.=20
Similar, in the Spring case, the best strategy is to extend the spring P= rocessEngineFactoryBean and tweak the processEngineConfiguration member fie= ld.