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System.ServiceModel.Activities.Description Namespace

.NET Framework 4.6 and 4.5

The System.ServiceModel.Activities.Description namespace contains classes that enable you to control various behaviors related to workflow services.

  Class Description
Public class BufferedReceiveServiceBehavior A service behavior that enables your service to use buffered receive processing.
Public class EtwTrackingBehavior A service behavior that allows a service to utilize ETW tracking using an EtwTrackingParticipant.
Public class SqlWorkflowInstanceStoreBehavior A service behavior that allows you to configure the SqlWorkflowInstanceStore feature, which supports persisting state information for workflow service instances into an SQL Server 2005 or SQL Server 2008 database.
Public class WorkflowContractBehaviorAttribute An attribute that can be applied to a service contract to enable workflow service model dispatch behavior. This attribute ensures that appropriate dispatch components are created..
Public class WorkflowIdleBehavior A service behavior that controls when idle workflow instances are unloaded and persisted.
Public class WorkflowInstanceManagementBehavior A behavior that adds a workflow control endpoint with a fixed configuration to the service host.
Public class WorkflowRuntimeEndpoint Obsolete. The SqlWorkflowInstanceStore adds a default control endpoint using this class if the <workflowInstanceControl> sub-element in the <sqlWorkflowInstanceStoreBehavior> element is not specified explicitly.
Public class WorkflowUnhandledExceptionBehavior A service behavior that enables you to specify the action to take when an unhandled exception occurs within a workflow service.

  Enumeration Description
Public enumeration WorkflowUnhandledExceptionAction An enumeration that specifies the action to perform when an unhandled exception occurs within a workflow.
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