Now let’s look at the components on the Toolbox that you use in the course of your application development. First, there are a couple of warnings. On your Toolbox, you might see tabs for Windows Workflow 3.5 or even a Windows Workflow 3.0 tab.
Avoid using most of these components because they will not work properly with the UCMA components. The UCMA components are built on top of and extend the older Windows Workflow v3.0 and v3.5 components, and can handle the call control logic to keep your application endpoint from dropping the call.
However, there are a few exceptions. You can (and will) use the Windows Workflow v3.0 Code and IfElse activities to add branching logic and the capability to add code blocks your ...