Assembly: System.Workflow.Runtime (in system.workflow.runtime.dll)
|Aborted||The workflow instance has aborted.|
|Changed||A workflow change has occurred on the workflow instance.|
|Completed||The workflow instance has completed.|
|Created||The workflow instance has been created.|
|Exception||An unhandled exception has occurred.|
|Idle||The workflow instance is idle.|
|Loaded||The workflow instance has been loaded into memory.|
|Persisted||The workflow instance has been persisted.|
|Resumed||A previously suspended workflow instance has resumed running.|
|Started||The workflow instance has been started.|
|Suspended||The workflow instance has been suspended.|
|Terminated||The workflow instance has been terminated.|
|Unloaded||The workflow instance has been unloaded from memory.|
A workflow instance can pass through several states during the course of its execution. For example, a workflow instance may become idle, or it may be suspended. Every time the workflow instance changes state, it emits a workflow status event to the runtime tracking infrastructure. TrackingWorkflowEvent enumerates the possible types of workflow status event.
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