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Beginning WF: Windows Workflow in .NET 4.0 by Mark Collins

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Appendix A. Sample Workflow Project

The sample project provided in the appendix is designed as a review of many of the concepts discussed in this book. It also demonstrates how the techniques you've learned can be combined to build a full-featured application. Instead of giving you step-by-step instructions for building the solution, the complete project is available for you to download from http://www.apress.com. As you'll see, this project is fairly extensive and this will save you quite a bit of time (and typing).

Project Overview

The application provides a web page in which end users can enter requests, comments, or questions. Based on the topic selected, the request is placed in one of several queues for individuals to view and respond to. ...

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