The focus of this chapter is a core set of procedural flow control activities that are included with Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). These are some of the most frequently used activities that implement branching and looping. The
Switch<T> activities are first discussed, followed by examples that demonstrate the
DoWhile activities. The
Parallel activity is then discussed, followed by several examples that demonstrate its use.
WF includes support for two different workflow modeling styles out of the box: procedural and flowchart. The modeling style determines how the flow of control ...