After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
Describe how to build WCF–services-based Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) workflows.
Build client applications that can consume WCF services based on WF workflows.
Explain how to use the WF messaging activities to implement common messaging patterns.
Manage state and correlate messages in a WCF service built by using WF.
Configure the WF host environment to support long-running, durable services.
One of the principal reasons that organizations use WCF is to build service-oriented wrappers around existing components and applications so that they can be reused in an easily adaptable manner. This strategy gives organizations the flexibility to more easily ...