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Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric Cookbook by Hammad Rajjoub, Rick G. Garibay

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Programmatically querying persisted workflow instances

In the previous recipe, we saw how the persisted instances can be queried via Windows Server AppFabric Dashboard. Although AppFabric Dashboard offers a simple and easy user experience, it is not the only way to query persisted workflow instances. In this recipe, we will learn about the Windows Server AppFabric's Instance Query Provider API, which can also be used to query persisted workflows.

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In fact, AppFabric Dashboard internally invokes Windows Server AppFabric cmdlets. And cmdlets internally instantiate and invoke the Windows Server AppFabric's API. Eventually, API is at the heart of the implementation and offers consistent feature set across AppFabric cmdlets and AppFabric Dashboard. ...

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