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A workflow engine is a tool that executes a series of operations to fulfill a business process. The procedure is divided into activities, each with its own set of rules. Each process is carried out in the specified sequence before being merged into a workflow that represents the entire process. A process stores a variety of data, including the activity presently in progress, defined variables, and actions impeding further execution. When an action completes, the workflow evaluates its outcome and continues until there are no more activities to perform.

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Long Running Workflows

A long-running process is one that does not complete from beginning to end in a single session. Instead, it might include one or more blocking activities that direct the workflow engine to pause the process until the right stimulus is received to resume execution.

Execution Burst

A burst of execution is the performance of a series of activities one after the other until one of the following events occurs - There were no further actions planned (the workflow was completed), or a blocking activity was discovered.

Suspended Workflow

One or more blocking activities prevent suspended workflows from continuing. The only way to restart such a workflow is to use the name of one of the blocking operations as the trigger.


A connection denotes a link between two activities. This is how the workflow runner determines which actions to perform next. A link between two activities has three bits of information: The source activity identifier, The name of the source outcome, and The ID of the desired activity. A link may be made from one action to another for each conceivable consequence of a particular activity.