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WorkflowInvoker.InvokeAsync Method

Invokes a workflow asynchronously using the event-based asynchronous design pattern.

This member is overloaded. For complete information about this member, including syntax, usage, and examples, click a name in the overload list.

  NameDescription
Public method InvokeAsync() Invokes a workflow asynchronously.
Public method InvokeAsync(Object) Invokes a workflow asynchronously using the specified unique identifier.
Public method InvokeAsync(IDictionary<String, Object>) Invokes a workflow asynchronously using the specified IDictionary<TKey, TValue> of input parameters.
Public method InvokeAsync(TimeSpan) Invokes a workflow asynchronously with the specified time-out interval.
Public method InvokeAsync(IDictionary<String, Object>, Object) Invokes a workflow asynchronously using the specified IDictionary<TKey, TValue> of input parameters and a unique identifier.
Public method InvokeAsync(IDictionary<String, Object>, TimeSpan) Invokes a workflow asynchronously with the specified IDictionary<TKey, TValue> of input parameters and the specified time-out interval.
Public method InvokeAsync(TimeSpan, Object) Invokes a workflow asynchronously with the specified time-out interval and a unique identifier.
Public method InvokeAsync(IDictionary<String, Object>, TimeSpan, Object) Invokes a workflow asynchronously with the specified IDictionary<TKey, TValue> of input parameters, the specified time-out interval, and a unique identifier.
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To be notified when the workflow is complete, handle InvokeCompleted. To configure a time-out interval in which the workflow must complete, use one of the InvokeAsync() overloads that take a TimeSpan.

This method invokes a workflow asynchronously using the event-based asynchronous design pattern. For more information, seeEvent-based Asynchronous Pattern Overview.

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