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Introducing Windows Workflow Foundation > Building a Simple Workflow-Enabled Ap...

Building a Simple Workflow-Enabled Application

To get your feet wet with the process of building workflow-enabled applications, this first WF example will model a very simple sequential process. The goal is to build a workflow that prompts the user for his or her name and validates the results. If the results do not jibe with our business rules, we will prompt for input again until we reach success.

To begin, create a Sequential Workflow Console Application project named UserDataWFApp. Once the project has been created, use Solution Explorer to rename the initial WF designer file from Workflow1.cs to the more fitting ProcessUsernameWorkflow.cs.


  

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