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comment How to Implement a Parallel Workflow
Many thanks for all the effort involved here!!! I think the key for me is to use the state machine as a lower level component than I was attempting to.
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comment How to Implement a Parallel Workflow
As I mentioned, I'm open to using a different tool, but WF is just too big, too heavy, and too cumbersome for my particular project, and reading the comments on StackOverflow it doesn't sound like many people have had a positive experience with it...plus Google suggest "Is Windows Workflow Foundation Dead" as the top suggestion for "Is Windows Workflow".
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comment How to Implement a Parallel Workflow
I'm just trying to implement a parallel split using a state machine.
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comment How to Implement a Parallel Workflow
The system keeps a list of what needs to happen and displays the next one, but there can be different users responsible for the processes. I've based the design on recommendations from Wil van der Aalst on modeling business workflows.
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Question has nothing to do with C#
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comment Writing Tests for Existing Code
@tieTYT that is true. I'd say even in this case it is MOSTLY (>95%) testable as is, but some parts (one module in particular) are not.
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