Workflows in Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) can be modeled in several ways, and this flexibility is a powerful feature that allows for modeling tools that target different audiences.
In the May 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine, Matt Milner explains two common models for workflows, how the .NET runtime handles them, and how you can customize that process to suit your needs.
Be sure to check out Matt’s sample code in our online code library.
See our archives for more on Windows Workflow Foundation or previous installments of the Foundations column.
— Terrence Dorsey, Senior Editor