Paul Andrew

Technical Product Manager for Office 365 at Microsoft

Simple Human Workflow Quickstart with WF, AD, Exchange and IM

Simple Human Workflow Quickstart with WF, AD, Exchange and IM

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This article that Chris Auld wrote came out a while ago with the Beta 2 of WF.

We've updated the sample code in it for Visual Studio 2008 and that is available here.

The sample is all about some simple workflow between Alice, Charlie and Dave using email and IM. It provides some nice sample activities for those types of communications.

  • This article that Chris Auld wrote came out a while ago with the Beta 2 of WF. We've updated the sample

  • This article that Chris Auld wrote came out a while ago with the Beta 2 of WF. We've updated the

  • Finally! Its taken me like 5 years to get to 200. I sometimes I wish I was prolific like Mike Gunderloy

  • You took a "simple" idea for a workflow and complicated the [deleted] out of it by stuffing it with extra things like the RTC activity libraries.  I want to learn about workflow.  Leave the RTC and other 'fluff' for another demo.

  • Hi Steve,

    You can pretty easily delete the RTC components out of this sample. It also has valuable email and active directory activities for WF. Or you may prefer the ASP.NET WF quickstart which I blogged about recently and presented at TechEd EMEA this week. All it requires is IIS and SQL Server.

    Regards,

    Paul

  • Finally! Its taken me like 5 years to get to 200. I sometimes I wish I was prolific like Mike Gunderloy. The really sad part is the first 3+ years of my blogs are not even up on the net right now as they are buried in a SQL Server database on an old host

  • Finally! Its taken me like 5 years to get to 200. I sometimes I wish I was prolific like Mike Gunderloy. The really sad part is the first 3+ years of my blogs are not even up on the net right now as they are buried in a SQL Server database on an old host

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