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How can I enclose activities in a transaction within a body of a pick-branch (i.e. Action of PickBranch activity), where the Trigger of pick-branch receives a message via Receive activity and the Action of pick-branch sends reply via SendReply activity?
Transaction scope must be placed within the Action of PickBranch, right before SendReply.
I cannot use TransactionScope between Receive and SendReply (see here for explanation:
On the other hand, TransactedReceiveScope activity does not seem to fit to the pick-branch pattern.
Thanks for help,
was giving a though on using ajax enabled wcf services as part of architecture
generally wht im using
is UI-> BL-> data access
is it suggestable to use wcf services layer instead
nd hv UI-> services-> data access
related to asp.net
would like to no pro's and con's of doing this thing.
is it suggestable to do it.