When exploring workflow you might want to create a bit of code and have it execute and fire of the debugger to investigate all the properties your expecting are there.

Hint.  In your Execute Code block where you write the code to check stuff out, its worthwhile placing this BEFORE any timeout events you have in your workflow, here I am sitting waiting for the next 60 minutes before my event fires.

In fact I’m finding that a call to Debugger.Break()  doesn’t start the debugger after a timer has started, how queer normally this works on everything.

Needless to say I’m making a quick change to my workflow order for now.

 

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