July, 2012

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  • Workflow Team

    Windows Azure, Office 365 and SharePoint 2013 Workflows

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    Scott Guthrie has a new blog post which highlights our work to support the new model for SharePoint apps and workflows in SharePoint 2013 and the next version of Office 365. You can find more on SharePoint 2013 workflows, which are based on WF 4.5...
  • Workflow Team

    How to use LINQ in a Workflow

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    Question Can I use a LINQ Query such as the following in a Workflow? private static void ShowQueryWithCode(IEnumerable< string > names) { Console.WriteLine( "Linq Query in Code - show names that start with 'R'" ); // Assuming there are...
  • Workflow Team

    Windows Server AppFabric book released

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    One of our long-time MVPs, Rick Garibay, and one of our DPE evangelists, Hammad Rajjoub, have just released their new book, Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric Cookbook . If you’re building your WF4 workflows as WCF SOAP services and running in...
  • Workflow Team

    TechEd Presentations Available Online

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    We delivered two presentations at TechEd in June; thanks to everyone who attended in person. The recordings and presentations are available online: What's New in Windows Workflow Foundation 4.5 Building, Running, and Managing Workflows on Windows...
  • Workflow Team

    Three Simple Rules for Better Debugging with WorkflowApplication

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    Developers often say that there is a steep learning curve with Windows Workflow Foundation (WF4).  I won’t deny that… instead, allow me to share three simple rules that will help you to get over that curve sooner and to make them easy to remember...
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