WorkflowRuntime.Stopped Event


Occurs when the workflow run-time engine is stopped.

 event EventHandler<System::Workflow::Runtime::WorkflowRuntimeEventArgs ^> ^ Stopped;
public event EventHandler<System.Workflow.Runtime.WorkflowRuntimeEventArgs> Stopped;
member this.Stopped : EventHandler<System.Workflow.Runtime.WorkflowRuntimeEventArgs> 
Public Event Stopped As EventHandler(Of WorkflowRuntimeEventArgs) 


In the following example, an event handler is added to the Stopped event of the WorkflowRuntime. In this example, the handler is an anonymous method that prints a simple message to the console.

// Create a new workflow runtime
WorkflowRuntime workflowRuntime = new WorkflowRuntime();
// Add an anonymous method as the event handler for the Stopped event.
workflowRuntime.Stopped += new EventHandler<WorkflowRuntimeEventArgs>(
    delegate { Console.WriteLine("Workflow runtime stopped."); });
' Create a new workflow runtime
Dim workflowRuntime As New WorkflowRuntime()
' Add a method as the event handler for the Stopped event.
AddHandler workflowRuntime.Stopped, AddressOf RuntimeStopped


The StopRuntime method raises the Stopped event after it has invoked the Stop method implemented by each of its services that derive from the WorkflowRuntimeService class. There is no guarantee about the order in which these workflow run-time engine services are stopped, and some of these services may need to preserve some functionality that is relied on by other services until they too are stopped. Such services can override the WorkflowRuntimeService.OnStopped method to perform any residual shutdown logic when the Stopped event is raised.

For more information about handling events, see Handling and raising events.

Applies to