Using the WF rules to iterate over a collection

Posted by: Stephen Kaufman's WebLog, on 08 Nov 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I thought I understood how the WF Rules iterated over a collection.  Isn't that always how it goes - you really prove it to yourself when you can explain it to someone else.  Well, I started to explain how I thought it worked and this person started asking questions and I soon realized that I was no longer sure I understood it.  After a bit of research and with my newly obtained understanding I tried to explain it again and it actually made sense. So, I have decided to blog about...

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