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I may be barking up the wrong tree but I was wondering if rules could be applied to dequeing items from a workflow queue? The idea being that I may want to prioritize items in a workflow queue based on certain properties of the items contained within.
From a cursory look they appear straight FIFO so I think the answer is no, but thought I'd check.
I read from this forum and other google search of using the Windows Workflow Rules without Workflow. Do any one know the limitations/disadvantages for using it? Please respond.
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