After getting approval, today I uploaded the source code for the Windows Workflow Integration Pack to http://orchestrator.codeplex.com/. You can build the IP on your own development machine or directly download the OIP file from the source code repository:
This IP is built on .NET 4 to suppose the Windows Workflow 4 with SQL persistence. Before installing it, you have to follow this instruction to enable .NET 4 for OIT. Currently there are following activities:
Note that the IP uses System.Activities.WorkflowApplication to host the workflow instance, so it is the same behavior as you read on MSDN documentation. Before using the database persistence, you will need to create a database, and runs the following two SQL scripts against it in order:
For more information on the SQL instance store, please refer to http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee395773.aspx and http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd489452(v=vs.100).aspx.
Later my colleague will provide more details and demonstrate a few scenarios with this IP. I may also give some technical details. If you have any questions or feature request, please let me know. Thanks!