Does anybody have an example on how to use WF with ASP.NET applications? Would using MVC framework make it easier to communicate with the workflow? Do we need WCF to communicate with the worfklow or can we call the workflow directly from ASP.NET (overcomming the webservice overhead)? Do we need messaging to return control to the ASP.NET process when new user input is required within the same workflow?
We have done some work here, and we're hoping to have a sample in Beta2 to demonstrate ASP.NET MVC with Workflow. As the details get finalized, I will post some updates here so you can get started on it as well.Program Manager, Connected Framework: http://blogs.msdn.com/rulesteam