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Posted on 2003-12-08
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Anyone know of decent workflow engine code (tutorial, sample, article, open source component, etc.) for an asp.net application (VB.Net Preferred or C#).  It doesn't need to be as complex as something like Skelta, just be able to accomplish the following.

- Allow serial or parallel workflow.
- Decisions for Approve/Reject/Return for More Information
- Delegate approval authority to someone else.

I use VS.Net 2003, Win XP Pro. to develop.  Thanks in advance.
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