TechNet Webcast: Connecting Windows Workflow Foundations to Lotus Notes/Lotus Domino (Level 400)
Event ID: 1032285633
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Other.
Audience(s): IT Implem_IT Generalist.

Microsoft Windows Workflow Foundations is an exciting new technology from Microsoft. IBM Lotus Notes/IBM Lotus Domino has been building on the concept of workflow for a long time. Luckily, both systems have standard interfaces that allow them to interoperate. This webcast shows you how to connect a Windows Workflow Foundation workflow with a Lotus Notes/Lotus Domino workflow, including a look at the code that makes the connection.

Presenters: Marc Mercuri, Architect Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation, and Gary Devendorf, Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation

Marc Mercuri is a member of the Windows Server Evangelism team at Microsoft, where he focuses on the Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Workflow Foundation, and identity and access management technologies. Most of his career has focused on systems and data integration, with a major focus on using services for integration purposes. Marc is also the coauthor of the book, Windows Communication Foundation: Hands On! scheduled to be published in late 2005.

As a technical evangelist for Microsoft’s collaboration products, Gary Devendorf works to integrate Microsoft .NET with IBM Lotus Notes and IBM Lotus Domino. Before he came to Microsoft, Gary was a product manager at IBM for Java, XML, Web services, the COM toolkit, Lotus Domino objects, Lotus Domino collaboration objects, and LotusScript. He is well known in the Lotus Notes developer community, and you can find many of his demonstrations at

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