In this task, we are going to create a WCF client workflow. The workflow will send a WCF request with two integer numbers to a WF service and receive a reply from the WCF service with the addition result.
For this task, we need to choose one of the previous tasks that we performed as the WF service—Receiving and replying a WCF message or Receiving and replying to a WCF message in code workflow. I will use the WF service that is hosted in IIS.
Create a new Workflow Console Application named
Find out service information:
Before moving to authoring a workflow service client, we need to find out some basic WCF service information—as we stated in the first task of this chapter, the famous ABC of WCF services.
We can use WCF Test Client to collect those ABCs. Add WF service to WCF Test Client and double-click the
Now, we find out the ABC of the workflow...