This article covers the core components required for building custom activities in Windows Workflow Foundation.
MSDN Magazine December 2006
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Jim Truher presents an introduction to writing and registering your own custom cmdlets to be used in Windows PowerShell.
MSDN Magazine December 2007
When using global applications, people want to communicate with others on their terms, in their own languages. Unicode 5.0 brings that ideal closer to reality.
Julie D. Allen, Michael S. Kaplan, Cathy Wissink
MSDN Magazine January 2007
Windows Workflow Foundation supports virtually any scenario where human operaÃÂ¬tors are involved. Learn how to use it to tame your workflows.
MSDN Magazine November 2006
Due to the distributed nature of a business process it makes sense for a workflow to be deployed as a distributed application. See how Windows Workflow and Web Services hold the key.
MSDN Magazine October 2006
The upcoming Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 adds a number of globalization features that address the important issues of extensibility, standards support, and migration. Here authors Michael Kaplan and Cathy Wissink explain what these features mean to your globalization effort.
Michael Kaplan and Cathy Wissink
MSDN Magazine October 2005
Not usre if this is the right place to post this but sure many guys must have used this I have a siteA at
and Site B at
when i try and use the http://spdactivities.codeplex.com/Copy List Item Extended Activity to copy the list items across i keep getting error:
System.IO.FileNotFoundException: The Web application at http://myserverA/sites/pop/lists/mylistname 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.
My AAM looks like this:
Internal URL Zone Plublic URL for Zone
http://myserverA:8080 Default http://myserverA:8080
http://myserverA.domainname:8080 Default http://myserverA.domainname:8080
http://myserverA.domainname:2020 Default http://myserverA.domainname:2020 -- this is been extended for FBA
Any ideas what i ne
The .NET Framework 4 makes it easier than ever to implement WCF services using WF. We'll demonstrate just how easy it is by modeling a long-running, durable and instrumented workflow based on a real-world business case without having to write any code.
MSDN Magazine May 2010
Design patterns provide a common, repeatable approach to solving software development tasks, and many different patterns can describe how to accomplish a certain goal in code. When developers begin working with Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), they often ask about how to accomplish common tasks with the technology. This month's column discusses several design patterns used in WF.
MSDN Magazine August 2009
The heart of Windows Workflow Foundation is its declarative programming model. Here are some best practices to consider when using WF to realize software solutions in the real world.
MSDN Magazine December 2008
Matt Milner takes a look at some of the challenges and techniques related to testing Windows Workflow Foundation activities, workflows, and associated components.
MSDN Magazine November 2008
See how Windows Forms applications can be adapted to use the new .NET Add-in framework (System.AddIn) this month.
MSDN Magazine July 2008
Learn how to create a workflow that uses InfoPath forms and other office documents for passing data to targeted activities and for use in Office documents.
MSDN Magazine June 2008
State Machine workflows represent a different way of visualizing program logic. Rather than flowing from activity to activity like sequential workflows, State Machines transition from state to state. Learn about uses for State machines and see how to design and build a State Machine workflow with Windows Workflow Foundation.
MSDN Magazine February 2008
A Sidebar gadget is a powerful little too that's surprisingly easy to create. Get in on the fun with Donavon West.
MSDN Magazine August 2007