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Introducing Windows Workflow Foundation (WF)
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Enter the Operating System
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In the early 1980s, personal computer operating systems did well to introduce hard drives and organize file systems. That was their primary function, in addition to maintaining the runtime environment for a single executing program. Later, innovative developers found ways to write terminate and stay resident programs that would pop up given a command key sequence, but still the operating systems were crude by today s standards. Today, the operating system is expected to be a multitasking one, with virtual memory for each of many concurrently executing tasks. Printing must be seamless. Networking, over Ethernet and other networking mediums, is required. And of course we expect great graphics. Operating systems have grown in complexity, then, to meet the demands of the consumer as well as to grow with the capabilities of the hardware platforms in which they execute. The business community, which is one of the largest consumers of software and software technology, recognizes this and places even greater demands on operating system vendors. Microsoft has recognized the need for stronger operating system support for coordinating processes within organizations and decided to include a fantastic capability in the Microsoft Windows Vista operating system, the next release of Microsoft Windows the Windows Workflow Foundation, or WF. This foundational component will ship with every copy of Windows Vista. Moreover, Microsoft has also provided the world with separate distributable copies we can use for existing versions of Windows, including Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. No longer will we have to write all the infrastructure for our business processes!
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WF is many things, but when you put it under a microscope and examine its most basic functionality, WF essentially provides you with a parallel execution path for your code. Without WF, either you execute your workflow tasks in the same thread that runs your user interface or main process or you write multithreaded software yourself and have the separate threads execute the process logic. But multithreaded software isn t easy to write, and in more cases than we would like to admit, we introduce latent defects (okay, bugs!) when we forget even the most seemingly minor detail. WF, in it s most basic form, provides you with multithreading capability without the hassle. If you follow some basic rules for passing data into and out of WF, you can easily benefit from multithreading without the pain. Note
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Passing data between multiple threads is like handing a cheeseburger to a car next to you when traveling at 70 miles per hour. You can do it, but you d better know what you re doing, and it s not inherently safe to do. Special synchronization techniques are required, and when there are bugs, they re not often easily found.
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But wait, you ask, what about BizTalk Excellent question. Let s explore that for a moment. In fact, let s also look at Windows Communication Framework (WCF) while we re at it.
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Comparing WF with Microsoft BizTalk and WCF
If you ve ever worked with BizTalk Server, Microsoft s business to business (B2B) connection platform, you ve undoubtedly worked with orchestration. Orchestration is BizTalk s term for workflow. Using BizTalk Server, you can use a graphical editor to lay out business processes, and some of these processes might even include external agencies, such as a trading partner, through external communications protocols. Communication with your trading partners is easy and seamless with BizTalk. But that s the key to the difference between WF and BizTalk Server. BizTalk Server is designed to integrate multiple businesses, or put another way, to facilitate electronic commerce. WF, on the other hand, is designed to work at the operating-system level and is therefore appropriate for integration into a single application within a single domain. That s not to say you can t communicate with external processes and servers using WF, but WF s primary focus is facilitating workflow functionality within your application. BizTalk is designed for interapplication (multiple applications) use, while WF is focused on intraapplication (single application) functionality. Note
WF can be used in an interapplication workflow scenario, but doing so requires additional logic and structure, which BizTalk readily provides. In fact, the BizTalk team is even rewriting BizTalk to use WF under the hood so that there is a single workflow technology used by Microsoft products.
From a communications standpoint, WF provides you with some basic tools to use XML Web Services. Using WF, you can expose a workflow as a Web Service, and you can consume other Web Services quite easily. Isn t this the same functionality as WCF, though Yes, WCF provides you with the basic tools you need to implement and consume XML Web Services, but WCF is a great deal more powerful than that. While the primary goal of WCF is to unify the programming model for all electronic communications processes, certainly one could argue a secondary goal of WCF is to implement the Internet standards for Web Services and allow you to build connection-based service-oriented architectures, or SOAs. With SOAs, software moves from a call this method mentality to a use this service mentality. If I change a given method s signature, whether I change the method name or the types or numbers of input parameters, I must recompile all the software that depends on (uses) that method. As you know, in large software systems, this process can be difficult and painful. Quite often the process doesn t go right and the software fails during execution, which is a nice way of saying it crashes when the users need it the most.
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