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Workflow persistence is a feature used to store the state of a workflow process instance and its steps, as well as its process properties. The workflow process state and process properties are saved in the WF_PROC_VAL_CD table.
By using workflow persistence to store the state of a workflow process, you can build end-to-end workflows which include wait steps, subprocesses, and other interruptions, and which maintain the active state of a process over short or long periods of time, with activity occurring in various parts of your enterprise. When persistence is set to TRUE, a user can continue with a workflow process that has been suspended. The suspended workflow appears in the user's Inbox.
For more information, see About Workflow Persistence.
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