SharePoint Server 2013 offers a completely new architecture for Workflow utilizing Workflow Foundation 4.5.  I’ve already covered the high-level changes in a previous post called “What Changed in SharePoint 2013 Workflow? Pretty Much Everything” and discussed how a SharePoint 2010 Workflow project would be designed differently in my post titled “Redesigning a SharePoint 2010 Workflow Project for SharePoint 2013.”  Both of these posts discuss the new reliance on web services for data in SharePoint Workflow.  While it’s obvious that Visual Studio workflows would interact with web services, SharePoint Designer 2013 offers web service communication, as well.  This post will detail the new actions available in SharePoint Designer 2013 for interacting with web services and how to use them. Read More…