We just published a WF Hosting Quickstart sample today and it shows a common hosting model for building WF programs and running them in either of:
Okay the third is just a debugging convenience for the second. This sample provides a simple layer that means you don't have any changes to your workflows and your WF Runtime Services whether running on either the first of second type of host. You should think of using this project as a start for building your own hosting environment for Windows Workflow Foundation projects. This joins a collection of other examples of WF Hosting which are also available:
It works with either Visual Studio 2005 or Visual Studio 2008. If you're still on 2005 you will need the .NET Framework 3.0 add-ons for WF.
Here's a simple walkthrough, although the readme in the sample also walks through this.
We just published a WF Hosting Quickstart sample today and it shows a common hosting model for building
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Thanks for the quickstart - im hoping to be able to put it to good use but ive had a bit of hassle with it.
When i right click on the Workflow library project i am not getting the option to add a workflow - there is nothing in the menu or the list of templates when doing the add new item.
Also, there is no information or help with hosting compiled workflows.
Any help appreciated!
I would like to run workflow as nt service but I would like to run using visual studio 3.0
Could you give me any help
There is a sample for that published here:
Any way we can get these in VB?