We have a SharePoint site where there are 3 workflows that are set to start on item change. All the 3 workflows have Update statements. Because of this these workflows are going on Round Robin. Now that we have decided to wrap all the contents under a single workflow, I have few queries before proceeding with this.
What happens to the running workflows(which will become previous version once the updated WF is published)
In the workflow settings, there are more than 10k instances of a WF running while the list item count is less than 500. How is this possible?
Any help/guidance on this is highly appreciated!
UPDATED Reg Question 2: As a part of business, the items are being deleted through workflow. While deletion, there could be other workflows(on change WFs) running on this item. Does these WF instances becomes orphan and never gets complete so that there are 10k instances of a WF?