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What are different types of Workflow in Windows Workflow foundation?

Posted on: November 12, 2011

There are two basics type of workflow Sequential Workflow and State machines workflow.

A sequential workflow has clear start and finish boundaries. In sequential execution, one task is executed after other. Sequential workflow is more rigid in format and execution path has a determistic nature.

A State machine workflow is more dynamic in nature. Workflow has states and the state waits for
events to help it move to next state. In State machine execution path is undetermestic nature.

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