Flowfinity Actions now using WCF for back-end connection

Flowfinity Actions, a business process management application for BlackBerry smartphones, is now using the Windows Communication Foundation for back-end interop.

Category: Wireless Development

Description: Flowfinity Wireless has announced that Flowfinity Actions, its business process management application for BlackBerry smartphones, is now making use of the Windows Communication Foundation to connect those devices to back-end systems. (For the enterprise version of Flowfinity Actions, this back end would likely be SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition, as a license for that edition comes with the Flowfinity product.)

WCF, one of the main technologies in the .NET Framework 3.0 stack, provides a framework for building distributed messaging systems and Web services. Flowfinity Actions uses WCF to expose an API that lets developers integrate wireless workflow into back-end systems.

Company site: http://www.flowfinity.com/
Product page: http://flowfinity.com/products/actions.html

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