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Windows Workflow Foundation Programming
This topic applies to Windows Workflow Foundation 4 (WF4).
This section contains a set of primer topics that you should understand to become a proficient Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) programmer.
In This Section
- Designing Workflows
- Topics that describe the flow-control paradigms used in workflow development.
- Using and Creating Activities
- Topics that describes the system-provided activities available in Windows Workflow Foundation (WF).
- Windows Workflow Foundation Data Model
- Topics that describe variables, arguments and expressions in WF.
- Waiting for Input in a Workflow
- Topics that describes how to use bookmarks and messaging activities.
- Exceptions, Transactions, and Compensation
- Topics that describe how to use exception handlers, transactions, and compensation to handle run-time errors.
- Hosting Workflows
- Topics that describe the details for writing workflow host applications.
- Workflow Services
- Topics that describe the programming model that supports writing services declaratively.
- Workflow Persistence
- Topics that describe the options for automatically or manually persisting workflow data and unloading workflows from memory.
- Migrating Workflows
- Topics that describe how to migrate workflows from previous versions of Windows Workflow Foundation (WF).
- Workflow Tracking and Tracing
- Topics that describe workflow tracking and tracing and how these features are used for monitoring workflow applications.
- Workflow Security
- Discusses how to keep your workflow secure when using SQL and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF).
- Windows Workflow Foundation 4 Performance
- Discusses Windows Workflow Foundation 4 performance and compares it to the previous version of WF.
Build Date: 2012-03-02