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This is my scenario:
I have a solution having multiple projects in it. There are several workflow files(Template1.xamlx,Template2.xamlx)files in my Business Logic Project. User Interface is a web application project that uses the service references of each of the workflows(Template1Reference,
I have some threads which are running live . I need to update Template1.xamlx by adding another activity in the workflow.
I wanted that existing Template1 threads should continue to run in the old version (v1) and new threads to run in V2 of Tenplate1.
Template2 has no change.
My queries are:
How can i update Template1.xamlx and deploy ?
Do i need to create Template1_V2.xamlx file and update the Template1V2Reference in Template1.aspx page? or can i use the same Template1Reference in .aspx page.
If Template1.xamlx needs to be updated to version 2 , do i require Template2.xamlx to be upgraded to version 2 also ?
will the endpoint configuration of both workflows needs to be changed?
Kindly share your suggestions.
Thanking in advance
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