This chapter continues coverage of the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) support that is provided by Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). Chapter 9 began the discussion with an introduction to workflow services and WCF in general. In that chapter, you declared a simple request/response service operation, hosted it using Internet Information Services (IIS), developed a self-hosting application, and developed two client applications to test it.

The chapter expands on this basic example from Chapter 9 by implementing additional workflow services that are consumed by the original workflow. One additional service demonstrates how to use context-based ...

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