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  2. KOGITO-1020

VSCode - BPMN modeler support variables tagging

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      For each process variable defined in a process. Users should be able to tag each variable with certain values. This allows tweaking the process runtime execution.
      Possible values:
      internal - make variable to not be exposed in the model and consider as process instance internal variable
      required - requires to be given to start a process instance
      readonly - can be set only once
      input - marks given variable as an input of the process and by that not exposed in the returned data model
      output - marks given variable as output and thus not expecting it on starting and will be included in the returned data model
      business-relevant - marks a tag as a value that is somehow relevant for business
      tracked - marks a tag to be tracked for changes

      See: https://github.com/kiegroup/kogito-runtimes/wiki/Variable-tagging

      This will apply to both BC and kogito.

        • KPI is now removed from UI/Model/Marshallers on both Kogito and BC

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              jenrique@redhat.com Jaime Enriquez
              cnicolai@redhat.com Cristiano Nicolai
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