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Is Windows Workflow Foundation appropriate for a CPU-heavy async application?

At one of the DevDays conferences a presenter said that Workflow Foundation isn't just for applications that require persistence, but they can make it easier to write and maintain Async WCF code and ...
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Is WCF suitable for writing an application which is shared among applications?

I have developed and deployed few ASP.NET applications. Sometimes I want to stop the users from either inserting or updating a record when: Maintenance is going on. Stop operations due to payment ...
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Developing workflow for existing silverlight and WCF application

I have an already existing application in Silverlight 4.0 with WCF services. Now what I want is a workflow to be integrated along with the above application. The workflow will be a simple approval ...