Develop Office Client Applications using Visual Studio
Here's a brief description of the SharePoint workflow tools you'll find in Visual Studio 2008 Professional. Norm Estabrook talks with John Durant, a program manager on the Visual Studio Tools for Office team.
For more information about Visual Studio 2008 SharePoint tools, see the articles on MSDN.
We would like to see More "Videos"/"Web Casts" with real-life sample implementations, on how work-flow can be used.
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Wow, I was browsing the MSDN blogs and came across this soapbox video: http://blogs.msdn.com/vsto/archive/2008/01/17/sharepoint-workflow-tools-video-interview-with-john-durant.aspx
Explains some of the enhancements in Visual Studio 2008. Can you say debugging? =) Also some talk about
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"You have to have Sharepoint installed on the developer workstation."
At last glance, Sharepoint does not install on a workstation.
I know this is nothing new, but it has been a bone of contention in some quarters where developers do not all have their own dedicated servers.
The feature include a set of VS project templates, wizard, and VS project package that integrates creating, deploying, and debugging of SharePoint workflows into a streamlined, simplified ....
I will continue from my last post on authoring SharePoint workflows in VS 2008 by providing a walkthrough...
A number of developers who have tried the SharePoint workflow features in VS 2008 wanted to know more about our support for InfoPath forms deployment...
Anybody? please. any like video for developing workflow WITH infopath form in VS 2008, thanks
ok, This is working only for 32 bit sharePoint, this functionality is not supported in 64bit Sharepoint installation, so i can't use it
Asif - You are correct that the workflow project only works with 32bit SharePoint and does not work with 64bit SharePoint. For a more detailed explanation of this 64bit issue, you can contribute to the thread on Microsoft Connect.
Connect ID: 325668