the workflow wave

Microsoft will be embeding more and more WF based capabilities in to its product suite. We have seen the formal announcement for the BTS 2006 R2 where the Human workflow component in BTS will be implemented as WF. eventually, one would expect BTS2008/2010 will fully incorporate WF. However the BTS product is an EAI server. bundling Human workflow into it may not completely make sense. MS may not produce a […]

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the basics

back to basics they say. So, what is Workflow? flow of work? my take is, it is typically a graphical map of activities connected to specify the order of things that happens in a business process. It also specifies who does it and what happens and the rules that drive it. from my coding background I also see that as a depiction of algorithms or computer programs. But, the high […]

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windows workflow

So now that the windows workflow foundation (WF) has been branded under the .NET 3.0 umbrella we can kind of see the importance given to this technology. This means the workflow is here to stay as part of the framework and will continue to evolve. That’s a good thing. But, this would mean that the workflow improvements may have to wait for the the framework releases. It will be much […]

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welcome to all (about workflows)

This blog is dedicated to the Workflow technology. I am starting to focus more and more of my time on it (for work and play). so I thought it is time to get serious about sharing my views online. Workflow, in my opinion, is a business tool thats primary purpose is to help users manage their tasks (business processes) efficiently. Organisations use workflow implementations to get their business processes semi-automated. […]

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