Windows Workflow Foundation By Jayesh Chudasama


Windows Workflow Foundation Rules Engine
October 3, 2006, 9:06 pm
Filed under: Books & writing, Technical

Jurgen Willis’s very good article on “Introduction to the Windows Workflow Foundation Rules Engine

Rules technology is exposed in two key ways in WF—as conditions on activities and as a forward chaining RuleSet in the Policy activity.

Activity conditions include IfElseBranch – While – Replicator and ConditionedActivityGroup (CAG)

The Policy activity encapsulates the definition and execution of a RuleSet. A RuleSet is a collection of rules with a set of execution semantics. Rules are, in turn, If-Then-Else expressions that operate on the workflow members.

Forward chaining is a very powerful notion that allows atomic rules to be assembled into RuleSets without the definition of, or necessarily even the knowledge of, the dependencies among the rules.

More reading on Introduction to the Windows Workflow Foundation Rules Engine

Other articles

Programmatically Create Windows Workflow Rules

Windows Workflow: Rules and Conditions by Scott Allen

WF: Comparing WF rules and the Microsoft Business Rule Engine

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