SDP 2009: Building Workflow Services with WF 4.0 and WCF 4.0
Eran and I delivered a session titled “Building Workflow Services with WF 4.0 and WCF 4.0” at the Sela Developer Practice on Tuesday. This session was all about integrating the new features of WF 4.0 and WCF 4.0 to create a workflow application that orchestrates the execution of multiple WCF services.
During the session, we showed how to use WCF 4.0’s ad-hoc discovery, how to write declarative workflows and use custom activities, how to take advantage of the built-in messaging activities in WF 4.0 and how to integrate a workflow application into Windows Server AppFabric. It shows off basic and advanced features of WF 4.0 including bookmarking support, variables and arguments, persistence participants, tracking participants and more.
The demos and slides that we used are available here – feel free to use our sample application to learn more about WF 4.0, WCF 4.0 and workflow services.
Video recordings of the sessions will be available to attendees soon at the conference website. Stay tuned.