ThrottleParallelForEach activity is similar to the
System.Activities.Statements.ParallelForEach activity with the one exception that it allows setting a concurrency factor to restrict the number of simultaneous branches to execute. The
ThrottleParallelForEach activity derives from NativeActivity, because it needs to schedule other activities (the child activities) and this is only accessible through the NativeActivityContext class.
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Defines and runs an instance of the sample workflow.
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