Screencast: Using persistence services in Windows WF

by Matt Milner 1. October 2008 07:32

My latest screencast in the Windows WF developer screencast series has been loaded up as of this morning.  In this session, I discuss the basics of add persistence services into the workflow runtime using code or configuration.  Additionally, to show off the power of this feature in Windows WF, I use two different host processes sharing a persistence store: the first host starts a workflow and then it persists, while the second host picks up the workflow after its configured delay and resumes the processing.


Endpoint Screencasts - Using Persistence Services in Windows Workflow Foundation (WF)




Previous screencasts in this series:

  • Running workflows in your .NET applications
  • Your first state machine workflow
  • Your first sequential workflow

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