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When to use Workflow container variables instead of object attributes

In what cases would I want to choose to use Workflow container variables instead of object attributes?

In what cases would I want to choose to use Workflow container variables instead of object attributes?


I try to minimize the amount of workflow container elements that are in my Workflow. I do this by having Objects as elements in my workflow container and simply access the attributes as required. This results in a more flexible and maintainable workflow.


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