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Windows Workflow Foundation

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Hi,

I have been doing some investigation of Windows Workflow Foundation. All the
examples that I have seen so far use either sequential or state machine
workflows. Can anyone provide me examples/documentation which combine the
two types of workflow?

I was thinking of a state machine workflow (eg, a widget ordering system)
which drops into a sequential workflow at various points. I haven't seen
any discussion of this type of thing.

any help is appreciated
sanjay
Jul 11 '08 #1
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In intro here : http://www.odetocode.com/Articles/460.aspx
shows that you can put in sequential processing to handle events and things.

What exactly is it you are trying to achieve?
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"Sanjay Poria" wrote:
Hi,

I have been doing some investigation of Windows Workflow Foundation. All the
examples that I have seen so far use either sequential or state machine
workflows. Can anyone provide me examples/documentation which combine the
two types of workflow?

I was thinking of a state machine workflow (eg, a widget ordering system)
which drops into a sequential workflow at various points. I haven't seen
any discussion of this type of thing.

any help is appreciated
sanjay
Jul 11 '08 #2

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