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Whew – that’s quite the title. Here is a very simple example that uses a state-machine workflow to implement more than one operation from an exposed Web Service.
I’ll try to post another example which doesn’t use the built-in WebServiceReceive shape, which would allow a more long-running workflow which wouldn’t rely on ASP.NET Session for its “correlation”, which this one does (which is the out of the box integration for connecting up clients to long-running workflows hosted as Web Services in ASMX).