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WCF – Hosting Windows Workflow as a WCF service in IIS

I have explained Hosting a WCF service in IIS in one of my previous post and I would strongly recommend reading it before you continuing further. 

In this post, I am going to explain the way you can host Windows Workflow as a WCF service in IIS.

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WF – Building Human Workflows with Windows Workflow Foundation

Increasingly we need to be able to coordinate the interactions between real human actors in software—humans are, of course, a key participant in almost every software system.

Human workflow involves coordinating business processes that involve people. Within human workflow these people communicate with various systems and other people in a business process implemented in software using a workflow model. Using a model, we can take pre-built units of behavior and define a workflow that coordinates them.

The key to human workflow is that those units of behavior represent not only system performed actions, but also actions and decisions undertaken by human actors.

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WF – Overview Windows Workflow Foundation

In this article I am going to explain what Windows Workflow Foundation is and what its building blocks are.  

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SharePoint – Nintex workflow

One of the most powerful features in SharePoint that doesn’t get used nearly as often as it should is workflow.

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