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Charles Young Windows Workflow Foundation Microsoft Windows Workflow Foundation (WWF) is an extensible framework for developing workflow solutions on the Windows platform. It provides both an API and tools for the development and execution of workflow-based applications. Windows Workflow Foundation provides a single, unified model to create end-to-end solutions that span categories of applications, including human workflow and system workflow.
WF Rules and MS BRE - Comparing Performance
I’ve been asked a few times how the performance of WF (Windows Workflow Foundation) Rules compares with that of the Microsoft Business Rules Engine (MS BRE). Having done no testing, I could only guess at the answer. I’ve now undertaken some initial performance testing to compare WF and MS BRE, and decided to publish the results. You can read my write-up of the results here. http://geekswithblogs.net/c... ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 14, 2007 6:27 PM

BizTalk Server or WF for rules and tracking?

I got an email today requesting help in deciding the appropriate selection of rule processing technology for a workflow application.   I’ve got requests like this before, so I’ve decided to post a reply publically.

http://geekswithblogs.net/cyoung/archive/2007/07/19/114061.aspx.

Posted On Thursday, July 19, 2007 8:13 PM

WF: Comparing WF rules and the Microsoft Business Rule Engine

In Microsoft's Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), rules are executed through a sequential, rather than an 'inferencing' engine. Although WF rule processing bears a superficial resemblance to rule processing in the Microsoft Business Rules Engine (MS BRE), there are profound differences. This article attempts to explain the fundamental differences, and to provide some insight into the strengths and weaknesses of each approach.

Posted On Sunday, October 9, 2005 11:13 PM

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