I have just published the Workflow Manager sample at http://wf.netfx3.com/files/folders/sample_applications/entry4074.aspx

 

Sample requires .Net 3.0 June CTP:

 

.Net 3.0 June CTP

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=8D09697E-4868-4D8D-A4CF-9B82A2AE542D&displaylang=en

 

Visual Studio extensions for WF

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=63A80A4B-BD27-4124-A2A5-61786ADB626E&displaylang=en

 

installation:

1)       Unzip contents of the archive into a local directory.

2)       If you have a sql server available, prepare a tracking database:

a.       Create database mytrackingdb

b.       Run Tracking_Schema.sql and Tracking_Logic.sql from %WINDIR%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.0\Windows Workflow Foundation\SQL\EN

c.       Run trackingDbMyLogic.sql from the directory

d.       Add connection string under <liveTrackingDatabase> node of the \WorkflowManager\WorkflowManager.exe.config

3)       Open up WorkflowManager.sln, run it

 

You will get two forms opened when you run the application. One is a small one with a title “Windows Workflow Runtime Host” – (or simply “host” - it might be hidden by the larger one) and the other is the “Windows Workflow Manager” itself. Click the start instance buttons on the host form a few times – this will get the Live workflows list populated.

 

Double-clicking on a list entry would bring up the Details View for that instance, in which you may view instance state, control it (suspend/resume/terminate) and change instance “in-flight” (so called “dynamic update”).

 

more details to follow...