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: Project template for XAML Activation Console Application

    If you work with XAML activation from time to time and like being able to debug your workflow using a console application you should install these templates. However, you don’t like having to modify the default console application template each time. I created sequential and state machine console application...
  • 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: XAML activation and how to use it

    XAML activation is when you use the serialized xoml file to create and run a workflow instance. You will use one of the following WorkflowRuntime methods to create the workflow instance: public WorkflowInstance CreateWorkflow( XmlReader workflowDefinitionReader); public WorkflowInstance CreateWorkflow...
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