Assorted Windows Workflow Foundation

My name is Tom Lake. I previously worked on the Windows Workflow Foundation Activities test team and created these blog posts and samples to help before the official samples were available.

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  • Blog Post: State machine workflow web service example

    Being able to have a StateMachineWorkflow hold state across multiple different web service calls can be very useful. This example will show you how to get start. The first step is to create your interface. For this example I will be using the following: public interface IOrderService { string...
  • Blog Post: Examples of using Persistence and Tracking in ASP.NET

    When you are working with ASP.NET you may have the need to persistence and / or tracking. I have put together two examples, one with shared databases and the other with separate, and included the command scripts to create the databases for you. There are VB and C# versions of each sample. When...
  • Blog Post: Using XAML activation in ASP.NET with a StateMachineWorkflow

    If you want to use XAML activation in ASP.NET you will need to be using Windows Workflow Foundation Beta 2.2, that can be found here . The reason for this is that although XAML activation works in most cases with Beta 2 it isn’t officially supported in that build because it was added as a feature at...
  • Blog Post: Sample of StateMachineWorkflow receiving events fired in ASP.NET

    If you are using a state machine workflow in ASP.NET you need to use the ManualSchedulerService. After the workflow is started or an event is fired to it you need to make a call to RunWorkflow. This allows the current thread to process the event, for more information take a look at Nate’s blog . With...
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