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Instance scope for WorkflowApplication and extensions

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
 
Hi guys,   The documentation isn't quite clear on the instance scope of WorkflowApplication and related extensions. As far as I can tell, a WorkflowApplication can only be used to run a workflow once. It can't be reused to run the workflow any subsequent times. If this is the case, any extensions used in the WorkflowApplication instance are then scoped to that run of the workflow. Is this correct? Cheers


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