Windows workflow is an excellent framework for implementing business processes. One thing that is missing in it is direct support for human activities. Several approaches to solving this problem exist, but they are not generic enough for general usage. In this article we will define one of the approaches to a completely generic implementation of human activities in WF.
Mohammad Akif provides an overview of the release the .NET Framework 3.0. While there are no changes in the CLR there are significant additions to framework itself in the form or a new language, XAML, and brand new libraries like WPF, WF and WCF. In order to unleash its full potential Architects need to understand the changes and possibilities of this latest release of .NET.
Scott Allen walks through the implementation of a HandleExternal Event Activity in Windows Workflow Foundation that is used to handle events raised by the process that is hosting the workflow runtime.