Chapter 4. Building Human-Oriented Workflows Using Windows Workflow Foundation
Every day, information workers follow work processes to get their jobs done. Some of those work processes will be quite formal, others very informal. Some of those processes will involve one or more people within the same organization; still others will involve multiple people working for different companies. These work processes have one thing in common: they are all examples of human-oriented workflows. A subset of this wide range of workflows falls in the solution domain of SharePoint 2007. SharePoint 2007 allows information workers and developers to create and use document-centric workflows.
Basics of Windows Workflow Foundation
SharePoint 2007 incorporates an infrastructure ...
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