Welcome to our free 70-504 practice test for Microsoft Workflow foundation using .NET 3.5. This test covers questions for the Microsoft .NET 3.5 Windows Workflow Foundation Application Development exam that is part of both the MCTS and MCPD certification paths. Our 70-504 exam consists of 15 random questions selected from our unique collection of Windows Workflow material. Our multiple choice questions range in style and difficulty from the simplest to the most challenging workflow problems. All questions were designed from the ground up and follow the strict course guidelines set out by Microsoft for the 70-504 exam.
The official 70-504 exam was released in April 2008 and has since become a solid part of the MCTS and MCPD certification paths for Application Developers that use Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET framework 3.5. Microsoft recommend that candidates for the 70-504 exam have used Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to build applications that automate workflow. Candidates should have a minimum of a years experience developing either Windows-based or Web-based applications by using the .NET Framework and should be able to demonstrate the following by using Windows Workflow Foundation (commonly referred to as WF).
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We have included free 70-504 questions that cover a range of topics. Read below to see some of the topics that are required:
Understand workflow activities using .NET 3.5. Appreciate that an Activity defines a set of properties and events, such as any class, along with execution logic that defines the activity's run-time behavior. A set of additional components can be associated with an Activity. The 70-504 exam focuses heavily on workflow activities, so you should make sure to study them well.
70-504 requires that you also know about all .NET WF Activity types and understand their different uses. Including workflow activities for CallExternalMethodActivity, CodeActivity, DelayActivity, EventDrivenActivity, HandleExternalEventActivity, IfElseActivity, InvokeWebServiceActivity, ListenActivity, InvokeWorkflowActivity, ParallelActivity, ReplicatorActivity, SendActivity, StateActivity, WhileActivity and all other activities classes under the System.Workflow.Activities Namespace.
Candidates for 70-504 should have an excellent understanding of the WorkflowRuntime and the use of CreateWorkflow and AddService methods. You should also be able to demonstrate your skills in handling workflow events and attaching delegates to events. Exceptions, Fault Handling and Compensation are also important areas that shouldn’t be skipped.
Understand Rule Sets, Rule Conditions and Code Conditions. You should know that Declarative Rule Conditions can be modified at runtime without the need to recompile any code. The same is true for Code Conditions that can also be changed without recompiling the code.
Besides multiple choice questions you should be able to identity and describe all WorkflowRuntime events including WorkflowAborted, WorkflowCompleted, WorkflowCreated, WorkflowIdled, WorkflowLoaded, WorkflowPersisted, WorkflowResumed, WorkflowStarted, WorkflowSuspended, WorkflowTerminated and WorkflowUnloaded.
Understand core services of the WorkflowRuntime including Tracking Services, Transactions, Scheduling and Threading. The use of transactions also crops up regularly on the 70-504 exam including IsolationLevel options.
Recognise the use of Persistence in long running workflows for optimized memory and scalability. You should have used the SqlWorkflowPersistenceService to persist long running workflows to a SQL Server database such as SQL 2005 or SQL 2008.
Be able to create custom workflow activities including basic and composite activities that include child elements. Understand why custom activities are important and their reuse across different workflows. You should also be able to develop custom activities that can be added to the Visual Studio 2008 toolbox.
These are just some of the topics you should be aware of. For a full list, see the Microsoft Learning website.
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Reference from: microsoft.com/learning
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