I have created a Windows Server 2003 Enterprise (32 bit) SP2 image configured with Sharepoint 2007 Enterprise and a trial edition of Visual Studio 2010 Professional. All software is fully patched. When I try to create a new Sharepoint 2007
Sequential Workflow (.NET Framework 3.5) in either C# or VB, I receive a pop-up error:
Exception of type 'System.PlatformNotSupportedException' was thrown.
and, when I click OK and fill in the name of the workflow and a valid Sharepoint Web URL for testing, I receive the following error:
SharePoint site location entered is not valid. The SharePoint site at <removed> could not be found. Verify that you have typed the URL correctly. If the URL should be serving existing content, the system administrator may need to
add a new request URL mapping to the intended application.
The URL in question references the default SharePoint site on this test server and does exist. My assumption is that the second error received is a symptom of the first. I have looked elsewhere and seen issues related to 64bit SharePoint
implementations but, this is a 32 bit installation. Based on the VS 2010 web site, I have met all of the prerequisites for developing SharePoint 2007 workflows through VS 2010 Pro. Does anyone have any ideas on what I might be missing or what I
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