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This Code Gallery project contains the samples and source code that had previously been hosted on the NetFX3 website. The NetFX3 website samples covered the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), Window...
This Code Gallery project contains the samples and source code that had previously been hosted on the NetFX3 website. The NetFX3 website samples covered the Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) technologies. This is a selected subset of code samples that were authored by Microsoft for the WCF and WF technologies. *Note*: Some of these samples were created with Beta versions of the .NET Framework, and may require code changes to work properly.
Popular tags: .NET Samples, Rules, Workflow Foundation, WF, Workflow, WPF, WCF
Downloads: 101 | Started: Oct 9 2008  | Contributors: 3
General samples
Oct 7 2008
The Workflow Simulator is a WPF application built to accompany the monthly MSDN 'Guidance on Choosing the Right Root Workflow Type in WF' article series. The application serves as the runtime envir...
The Workflow Simulator is a WPF application built to accompany the monthly MSDN 'Guidance on Choosing the Right Root Workflow Type in WF' article series. The application serves as the runtime environment, allowing users to load and visualize the execution of workflows - demonstrating how the loaded workflows react to input from the scenario specific user interface.
Popular tags: Workflow Foundation, WF, Workflow, WPF
Downloads: 23 | Started: Sep 11 2008  | Contributors: 4
Fix the popup message that comes up when debugging Workflow v1
Fix the popup message that comes up when debugging Workflow v1
Downloads: 19 | Started: Nov 27 2008  | Contributors: 1
KB960109
Nov 26 2008
This sample code accompanies the MSDN technical article, "Building and Distributing Workflows in SharePoint Products and Technologies for Use in Customer and Partner Environments" (http://msdn.micr...
This sample code accompanies the MSDN technical article, "Building and Distributing Workflows in SharePoint Products and Technologies for Use in Customer and Partner Environments" (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc511934.aspx) by David Mann. In this article, you can learn about the steps that are necessary to successfully deliver a workflow in a customer or partner environment using SharePoint Products and Technologies. Writing and supporting software that is intended to run in a customer’s or partner’s environment can be a somewhat scary prospect. Lack of control, disparate environment specifications, unknown end users, and lack of direct interaction are just a few of the potential issues that you must deal with. For independent software vendors, or ISVs, these issues are a fact of life. This is just one more item to be concerned about when they introduce workflow into their application. The article does not deal directly with the basic process of building and deploying a workflow. Instead, it focuses on the extra steps necessary to successfully deliver a workflow into a customer or partner environment. The goal of the article is to make you think about workflows differently: to think about them as part of your product or application—not as an afterthought. The article raises many issues, gives you a lot to think about, and points out some (not all) possible paths to a solution. The final direction you take depends on your application, your company, and your clients.
Downloads: 4 | Started: May 28 2008  | Contributors: 1
Sample code
May 28 2008
This workspace contains code for a custom composite activity called the 'ParallelIf'. There is an MSDN article to accompany the code.
This workspace contains code for a custom composite activity called the 'ParallelIf'. There is an MSDN article to accompany the code.
Downloads: 3 | Started: Sep 12 2008  | Contributors: 2
Code Download
Sep 12 2008
This library enabled the use of SQL Server Compact edition as the data store for workflow persistence.
This library enabled the use of SQL Server Compact edition as the data store for workflow persistence.
Popular tags: Workflow, Workflow Foundation, WF, SqlCe, C# 3.0, .NET 3.0, LINQ to SQL
Downloads: 1 | Started: Apr 9 2008  | Contributors: 1
Version 1.2
Nov 11 2008
Contains various classes, templates and other resources used within SharePoint development.
Contains various classes, templates and other resources used within SharePoint development.
Popular tags: Workflow, SharePoint
Downloads: 0 | Started: Nov 20 2008  | Contributors: 1
There is no current release.
The Endpoint is your source for Microsoft samples for Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF).
The Endpoint is your source for Microsoft samples for Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF).
Popular tags: WCF, Workflow, Workflow Foundation
Downloads: 0 | Started: Sep 11 2008  | Contributors: 4
There is no current release.
Describes how to use external services with Windows Workflow Foundation, and provides a simple service that hooks each event raised on the WorkflowRuntime to log the event.
Describes how to use external services with Windows Workflow Foundation, and provides a simple service that hooks each event raised on the WorkflowRuntime to log the event.
Popular tags: WF, Workflow Foundation, Workflow, C#, Windows Workflow
Downloads: 0 | Started: Jan 18 2008  | Contributors: 1
This sample demonstrates how you can use Windows Workflow Foundation to remote control a Lego (R) Mindstorms (R) NXT robot through a Bluetooth connection. It includes a console driver program, as w...
This sample demonstrates how you can use Windows Workflow Foundation to remote control a Lego (R) Mindstorms (R) NXT robot through a Bluetooth connection. It includes a console driver program, as well as a Winforms based application that hosts the Workflow designer. The project currently has only two workflow activities, "Motor", and "Move" to control motor ports. Eventually this could be expanded to include input activities to read and react to the state of the various input sensors. It was developed as a learning exercise to understand how to extend Windows Workflow Foundation, and is incomplete, but the basic idea was too intriguing to let it just lay around only on my hard-drive. Maybe someone else with more time can take and do something more interesting with it.
Popular tags: C#, Robotics, Workflow
Downloads: 0 | Started: Mar 7 2008  | Contributors: 1
1.0.0.1
Mar 13 2008
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