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in .NET 4 - can I somehow use WF and new parallel computing features ?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
I havent used WF. I however imagine a WF unit as a something logically fit as a parallel task.

Is it feasible to create a workflow and then run it as a parallel task using new .NET 4 parallel solution (not sure which one)?

Say I want to build a complex state machine using simplicity of VS WF designer then run the same logic each on its separate set of data (e.g. split them by 1 day) and then combine results in the end...


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