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Windows Workflow (WF) as a WCF Service

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17 Jul 2009CPOL11 min read 114.1K   3.2K   59  
Sequential workflow as a WCF service. Create workflow custom activities, invoke child workflow from parent. Configure workflow runtime service using a config file. Basic idea of rules, creating a rule using the rule editor. Applying rules during runtime.


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