Windows Workflow CommitWorkBatch Services

The purpose of the Windows Workflow CommitWorkBatch services is to enable custom logic regarding the commitment of work batches (also known as persistence points). When a work batch is committed, the runtime calls into the current CommitWorkBatch service and passes a delegate to call to do the actual committing of the work batch. The runtime still must do the commit, but letting a service insert itself into the process enables some customization around the commit process. This section details how to use the two CommitWorkBatch services that are defined in Windows Workflow Foundation.

In This Section

Using DefaultWorkflowCommitWorkBatchService

Using SharedConnectionWorkflowCommitWorkBatchService

See Also


Developing Windows Workflow Foundation Services
Creating Custom WorkflowCommitWorkBatchService Services
Services Overview

Other Resources

WorkflowCommitWorkBatch Service Samples
Windows Workflow Foundation Services