My first impression of WF 4.0 is "Confusing". But what I can't yet figure out is am I confused because WF is a dumbed down way for non programmers to do things, or as a wrapper does it force me to learn something differently? Having a C#
background I find the requirements for coding up activities to be VB.NET which bugs me, but hey I can deal with it.
But here's the part I don't get... To me, I should be able to rough out a WorkFlow based on customer input using pretty Rectangles, Squares, Computer Icons, Disk Icons, SQL icons etc. But there are none of those types of constructs, rather it
appears to be just one layer above actual code layer (with respect to the diagramming), with things like DoWhile, IFThen, Select icons, as well as a very very sparse FlowChart that has just two things init, the Flowchart template and a Decision and Select
icon. Now when I think about a FlowChart I think about Labels that are just place holders along with the decision statements. So what is confusing to me is this "How do I start at a high level and then flesh-out the details later. WF
4.0 appears to lend itself more to fleshing out details, with 10 drag items under Control Flow (if then, do while, for each etc). Then it has just three items for flowchart, 7 items for Messaging (code like activity
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