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Microsoft® Windows® Workflow Foundation Step by Step by Kenn Scribner

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Workflow Types

Because you’ve now created a small handful of workflow applications, you’ve undoubtedly looked at the New Project dialog box as we’ve created our applications. You’ve likely noted there are different types of workflow applications that we could create. The type of workflow application you develop depends in large part on the root activity you choose.

Even though you’ll note only two types of workflow applications in the New Project dialog box, there are actually three main types. You’ve built sequential workflows so far in this book, so they’re hopefully not too mysterious. Your activities are executed in the order you prescribe when you build the workflow.

The other type of workflow you see from the New Projects dialog box is the ...

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