Assembly: System.Workflow.Runtime (in system.workflow.runtime.dll)
A workflow instance may be terminated in one of three ways: the host may call WorkflowInstance.Terminate, a TerminateActivity activity may be invoked from inside the workflow instance, or the workflow runtime engine may terminate the instance because of an unhandled exception. When the workflow instance is terminated, the workflow runtime engine raises the WorkflowRuntime.WorkflowTerminated event. The host may subscribe to this event by adding an event handler to WorkflowRuntime.WorkflowTerminated.
The following code example demonstrates an event handler method that takes WorkflowTerminatedEventArgs as a parameter. The OnWorkflowTerminated method is called when the WorkflowTerminated event is raised. The code uses the Exception property get the message associated with the exception that caused the workflow to terminate.
This code example is part of the Sequential Workflow with Parameters SDK Sample from the Program.cs file. For more information, see Sequential Workflow with Parameters.
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