We are considering using the new WF4 workflows in our new application and are currently designing the features for this. One of the things we would like is to allow our users to edit certain parts of the workflow, while leaving the standard functionallity
untouched. To enable the editting of the workflow we plan to rehost the workflow designer in our application. However, until now we were not able to find if it is possible to manage edit rights for the workflow on a block level. Does anyone know if it is possible?
The scenario we are trying to achieve is the following:
We have a workflow containing for example 3 sequence activities:
What we want now is to manage the rights of a user so he can add some customer specific activities in the 'UserCustomizableSequenceActivity' but is not able to edit the other two activities in the designer. However, an administrative user should be able to
edit all activities in the workflow.
Until now we were not able to find anyone on the web that tried something simular to this. We came accross a lot of examples showing how to manage rights and impersonation while executing the workflow (a thing we are definately going to implement), but not
how to do this while editting a workflow.
We hope someone can provide us with an answer on this
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