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How to pass Workflow attributes through API?


Hello there

Im trying to invoke workflow through API and pass parameters required by
workflow. While I could figure out how to start workflow execution(by
invoking StartManualWorkflowByProcessDisplayName), couldn't understand
from the API document how to pass parameters.

Looked into SetAttributes, Execute etc. but nothing seems to workout as
expected. Any help on this is appreciated.


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Re: How to pass Workflow attributes through API?

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