Screencast: Using the WCF Receive Activity in a workflow

by Matt Milner 4. November 2008 19:07

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 using WF to implement an operation in a WCF service, or using WF as the implementation of a WCF service by using the Receive activity.  I show you how to use this activity to implement an operation processing the input parameters and returning the result.  In addition, I do a quick walk through of using the WorkflowServiceHost class to host the workflow service and expose an endpoint for client applications to call. 

 

Endpoint Screencasts - Using the WCF Receive Activity in Windows Workflow Foundation (WF)

 

WF_WCFReceive_Screen

 

Previous screencasts in this series can be found on the screencast section of the Pluralsight website. You will also find short screen casts on other technologies both current (e.g. WCF) and future ("Oslo") on this page. 

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Windows Workflow Foundation

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