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Stop an Instance

Stops a running Instance of a Workflow.


Permissions Required

Find and Edit permissions are required for an Instance in order to stop it. The Instance Owner has implicit Find and Edit permissions, and can always stop Instances they own.

Method Signature

Instance Stop(Guid id);
async Task<Instance> StopAsync(Guid id);


idGuidThe id of the Instance to stop
returnsInstanceThe stopped Instance
Instance Stop(string id);
async Task<Instance> StopAsync(string id);
idstringThe id of the Instance to stop
returnsInstanceThe stopped Instance


 * This example demonstrates stopping an Instance by ID
using Catalytic.Sdk.Entities;

namespace Catalytic.Sdk.Examples
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
            var catalytic = new Catalytic.Sdk.CatalyticClient(Credentials.Default);
            var instance = catalytic.Instances.Stop("c9f2beec-10c0-4f2f-b4e0-1d884c7e053c");

Updated 6 months ago

Stop an Instance

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