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An End step specifies when a process instance is finished. It also provides one last chance to store output arguments to a process property. Each workflow process definition must have at least one end step.
For more information, see Defining an End Step.
NOTE: An important difference between the Stop step and the End step is that the Stop step sets the workflow state to In Error while the End step sets the workflow state to Completed. This is important to keep in mind when calling a workflow process using Workflow Monitor Agent. If the WorkMon parameter Ignore Errors is set to False, a workflow process that encounters a Stop step will cause the WorkMon to exit with error. If the workflow process encounters an End step, WorkMon will not exit with error.
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