The focus of this chapter is the flowchart modeling style. This style of modeling workflows enables you to use direct links between activities to control the flow of execution. In this chapter, I first review the activities that are provided with Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) to support this modeling style. After explaining how to model a workflow using this style, I revisit several examples that were presented in earlier chapters. This is done to contrast how the two modeling styles (procedural and flowchart) can be used to solve similar business problems.

Understanding the Flowchart Modeling Style

The modeling style that you choose determines ...

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