Let's assume we would like to have a WindowsApplication which should be executing two WorkflowApplication instances within one transaction.
We could imagine a button click event handler which should:
- Start the transaction.
- Execute WorkflowApplication1.
- Execute WorkflowApplication2.
- Commit the transaction.
Should I just create a TransactionScope and somehow pass it to the WorkflowApplications? If yes, how to pass the TransactionScope to the WorkflowApplications, must this be done explicitly or is it done implicitly?
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