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Which is the best approach out of 'workflow' or 'rule engine without workflow' for business rule

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Hi Everybody   Please let me know which is the best approach for applying business rules from out of 1)windows workflow 2)rule engine without work flow Please give me the scenarioes where exactly used? Thanks in advance..my dear friends  

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