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Asynchronous parallel activity

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 17, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Hi, i am giving a Scenario to run an Activity Asynchronously. Let us assume we have 3 Activities in a sequential workflow. say Activity1, Activity2,Activity3 and we want Activity2 to be run in Asnchronous mode. means if Activity1 is completed the control initiates Activity2 and comes immediately to Activity3 and continue to work Activity3(and Activity2 is also working parallelly) at later time if Activity2 is completed it then completes the workflow.   Is Such Scenario possible in workflow.?


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