Until now I haven’t really used Workflows all that much - I however understand what one can do with workflows (or so I think).
My question is, how beneficial is it to write a workflow that does very few different things just the get the functionallity of Foreach -prallel?
As an example, I’m currently about to change attributes on every single user-object in our Active Directory.
Since I obviously can’t test setting any attributes for benchmarking, instead I’ve been getting attributes - figuring if Foreach -parallel was in fact going to give me any benefits, it would show while getting data as well.
However when I compare just, grabbing all the user-objects and then throw them into a simple foreach-loop getting info about every single object vs doing the same but using a workflow with Foreach -prallel - the workflow method actually performs much worse.
Perhaps there is not much point in using Workflows for simple things like this?