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associated warning/error. The error on the If activity lets you know that you haven t specified the Condition property. The warning on the Sequence activity simply indicates that one or more child activities have an error.
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Caution The second parameter is a TimeSpan object that specifies how long the caller will wait before aborting this call to the Track() method. When implementing a tracking participant, you should never perform any longrunning operations. While the Track() method is executing, it is blocking the workflow from executing activities. The workflow instance expects the Track() method to return quickly and will abort it if it thinks it is taking too long. The default timeout is 30 seconds.
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Figure 19 11. Applications that implement unsafe code must be compiled with a special switch.
And look for HREF tokens. Any token immediately following an HREF is presumed to be (potentially) a URL:
The assumption is that the server is running locally and Tomcat is listening for HTTP on port 8080. Next, you do the following:
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