The parallelFor step lets you iterate over a bunch of steps; the workflow will dynamically grow at runtime based on the keys provided within the step configuration. Steps must be placed between the parallelfor step and the parallelforend step as shown below in the diagram.
The parallelForEnd step lets you define the end marker step.
Let’s build and execute the parallelFor-parallelForEndDef example.
- Create a new definition called “parallelFor-parallelForEndDef”
- Select the definition and click the “design” button
- Drag the above shown steps and connect them together
- Once executed, the workflow will automatically grow to have the # of paths based on the # of keys as shown below.