SCREENCAST: Hosting a Workflow in a Local Executable using Workflow Services Part I
Posted by: Federal Developer Weblog,
on 17 Apr 2008 |
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When the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) was first introduced in the .NET Framework 3.0, the only way to host a workflow in a client application was to use the WorkflowRuntime class programmatically, start the runtime, and create/start an instance of a workflow. Furthermore, if you wanted to communicate between the client code and the workflow logic, you needed to use a ExternalDataExchangeService. This required a fair amount coding effort to get even the simplest of workflows up and...