PUBLIC SECTOR WEBCAST: Introduction to Windows Workflow Foundation


Nov. 2nd 11:00A-12:30P EST (8:00A-9:30A PST)


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Note: Audio will be via the Internet, so your machine will need a speaker.


Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) is the programming model, engine and tools for building workflow enabled applications on the Windows platform. It consists of a new namespace, an in-process workflow engine, and designers for Visual Studio 2005. Windows Workflow Foundation is part of the .NET Framework 3.0 and is available for both client and server versions of Windows (Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server “Longhorn”). Windows Workflow Foundation includes support for both system workflow and human workflow across a wide range of scenarios including: workflow within line of business applications, user interface page-flow, document-centric workflow, human workflow, composite workflow for service oriented applications, business rule driven workflow and workflow for systems management. A workflow is a set of activities stored as a model that describe a real world process. Work passes through the model from start to finish and activities might be executed by people or by system functions. Workflow provides a way of describing the order of execution and dependent relationships between pieces of short or long running work. This session discusses the basics of workflow applications, the architecture of WF, and demonstrates workflow application scenarios using the WF and C#.

Who Should Attend

Architects and Developers.