When to use Windows Workflow Foundation? [closed]

You may need WF only if any of the following are true:

  1. You have a long-running process.
  2. You have a process that changes frequently.
  3. You want a visual model of the process.

For more details, see Paul Andrew’s post: What to use Windows Workflow Foundation for?

Please do not confuse or relate WF with visual programming of any kind. It is wrong and can lead to very bad architecture/design decisions.

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