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  • Blog Post: Goodbye .NET Endpoint, Hello AppFabric Team Blog

    Over the last year you’ve heard us talking about both Windows Azure AppFabric and Windows Server AppFabric. Today we are adding our final post to the .NET endpoint team blog and announcing the new AppFabric Team blog . This blog will be the home of content about all things AppFabric from Service...
  • Blog Post: How to eliminate tempuri.org from your service WSDL

    tempuri.org is the default namespace applied to WCF Services and Workflow Services.  You can and should specify your service namespace. It is recommended that you explicitly specify a name and namespace for the service contract, and an action for each operation to avoid using " http://tempuri...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft.Activities and Microsoft.Activities.UnitTesting now available via NuGet

    When I first saw NuGet I knew I had to find a way to take advantage of this great new way to deliver code to you.  It took a few months but finally the other day I decided to spend an afternoon working on a NuGet package for Microsoft.Activities.  Two and a half days later (isn’t that how it...
  • Blog Post: How to detect if the .NET Framework Platform Update 1 is installed

    Humans Go to Control Panel / Programs / Programs and Features / View Installed Updates Use the Search Box to search the updates for KB2495593 KB2478063 Or if you prefer, search the list your self Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Platform Update 1 - Runtime Update Look for ...
  • Blog Post: How to create a WF4 WorkflowServiceHostFactory for AppFabric Auto-Start

    Sometimes when using Windows Workflow Foundation (WF4) you need to create a custom WorkflowServiceHostFactory. There are a couple of main reasons why you would want to do this. To configure the WorklfowServiceHost in some way like adding an extension To do some other type of initialization work...
  • Blog Post: WF4 State Machine User Experience

    State machine is a well-known model for event-driven workflows and a highly requested feature from our WF4 users, especially those looking to move their WF3 State Machine workflows to WF4. We are very pleased to provide a new, fully-supported, WF4 State Machine including runtime and designer in the ...
  • Blog Post: The .NET 4 Platform Update and WF4 State Machine

    Update: This went live 4/18/2011, and there are more details here: Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Platform Update 1 On March 25 th at his Tech-Ed India keynote Jason Zander announced some great new resources for developers. Our team has been working hard on these releases and I’m happy to share...
  • Blog Post: PDC10–WF4 Session “Windows Workflow Futures”

    Last year we at PDC10 we gave you a preview of the next release of Windows Workflow Foundation.  The video has just been posted to Channel 9. Windows Workflow Futures Speaker: Ron Jacobs Learn about the key investments we’re making in Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). See the WF improvements we...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET WF4 / WCF and Async Calls

    How should you use WF4 and WCF with ASP.NET?  For this post I’ve created a really simple workflow and WCF service that delay for a specific amount of time and then return a value.  Then I created an ASP.NET page that I can use to invoke the workflow and WCF service to test their behavior The...
  • Blog Post: Want to Learn Windows Workflow Foundation (WF4)?

    Here are some great resources to get you started. Intro the WF4 Hands On Lab Introduction to State Machine Hands On Lab Intro to Workflow Services / AppFabric Hands On Lab (Part of the Visual Studio 2010 Training Kit ) Check out the Contoso HR Workflow Services Sample endpoint.tv –...
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