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Using the Activity Designers

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The Windows Workflow Designer includes a number of system-provided activities that you can use when constructing your activities and workflows. This section describes the categories of system-provided activities and their designers that are available. Topics on the individual activities and their respective designers within each of these categories describe what these activities do and provide guidance on how to use them.

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Control Flow Activity Designers
Activity designers used to control the flow within a workflow

Flowchart Activity Designers
Activity designers used to construct flowchart activities.

State Machine Activity Designers
Activity designers used to construct state machine activities.

Messaging Activity Designers
Activity designers used to manage messaging activities.

Runtime Activity Designers
Activity designers used to persist and terminate workflow activities.

Primitives Activity Designers
Activity designers used to manage primitive activities such as assign and delay.

Transaction Activity Designers
Activity designers used to manage transaction activities.

Collection Activity Designers
Activity designers used to manage collection activities.

Error Handling Activity Designers
Activity designers used to manage error handling activities.

Migration Activity Designers
Activity designers used to interoperate between .NET Framework 3.0/.NET Framework 3.5 and .NET Framework 4 workflows.

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