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An aborted workflow can be restarted from the last persistence point.
A workflow instance is considered Aborted when the WorkflowRuntime engine throws away the in-memory instance. This is done by calling WorkflowInstance.Abort. Aborted workflow instances can be resumed from their last persistence point by calling WorkflowInstance.Resume. Aborting workflows is only valid when there is a persistence service. Aborting workflows is used in extreme situations where applications decide to discard all the work that is done from the last persistence point till abort is called.
You can abort a workflow using the WorkflowInstance Abort function.
The set of objects used to host the Workflow and provide services to it.
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A WorkflowInstance is an actual executing copy of a WorkflowDefinition.
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