S


save and close methods for workflow designer hosting, 287

scheduling services

adding to workflows, 343

DefaultworkflowSchedulerService, 165

developing, 190

features of, 164

ManualWorkflowSchedulerService, 165–166

using, 43–44

schema, role in BizTalk Server, 54–55

Sequence activity

description of, 85

using, 138

sequential (nonchained) chaining, using with rules, 234

Sequential Workflow Console Application option, selecting, 20–21

Sequential Workflow Console Application template, creating projects from, 73–74

Sequential Workflow Library project template, description of, 75

sequential workflows

accessing fault handlers for, 299

in code-only workflow, 65–66

example of, 16

identifying, 35–36

versus state-machine workflows, 36

using EventDriven activity with, 131

sequential workflows view designer, description of, 82

Serializable attribute, using with External- DataEventArgs class, 106

serialization, 66–68

service providers, use of Windows Workflow Foundation by, 18

ServiceBase class, location of, 353

services-oriented architecture (SOA)

versus connected systems, 333

explanation of, 334

relationship to WCF, 13

session between web service client and web service, managing, 342

set accessor

using in workflow communication, 103

using with FirstName class in HelloWorld project, 22

using with WriteFileActivity class, 153

SetState activity, using, 138, 254

SetState method, using, 261–262

SetStateActivity state-machine activity class, description of, 39

Settings class, using with web service called inside workflow, 342

SharedConnectionWorkflowCommitWorkBatch- Service, using, 167

SharePoint 2007

debugging custom workflows in, 391–392

deploying and configuring custom workflows to, 390–391

enabling workflows in, 361

features of, 358–359

as host, 360

integration with Windows Workflow Foundation, 57–59

workflow associations in, 368–370

SharePoint Designer 2007

choosing field data types in, 376

data types for variables in, 377

defining Actions in, 378

defining conditions in, 378

developing in, 375–379

SharePoint workflow features

administration, 368

history, 367

reporting, 368

tasks, 366–367, 369

SharePoint workflow project templates, installing for Visual Studio, 380

SharePoint workflows.

See also SharePoint 2007;

workflows

Approval, 361–362

associating to content types, 369

Collect Feedback, 362–363

Collect Signatures, 363

deploying to servers, 390–391

developing in Visual Studio, 383–386

Disposition Approval, 364–365

enabling, 361

running, 371

Three-state, 366

Translation Management, 365–366

using WorkflowInvoked event handler with, 384

SharePoint-specific tasks, adding to Visual Studio, Toolbox, 383

shopping cart workflow application

description of, 262–263

state machine for, 263–264

Site Collection Features page, accessing, 390

Skelta Workflow.NET web address, 10–11

SOA (services-oriented architecture)

versus connected systems, 333

explanation of, 334

relationship to WCF, 13

solutions in Visual Studio

adding projects to, 73

contents of, 71–72

creating, 72–73

creating empty solutions, 72

SomeMessage input parameter, using in workflow communication, 103

SomeOtherMessage output parameter, using in workflow communication, 103

SQL persistence service, preparing, 169–171

SQL Server Management Studio, downloading, 169

SQL tracking query code sample, 185

SQL tracking service

adding to workflow runtime, 50–51

using, 182–183

sqlException class variable, relationship to Fault property, 133

SqlTrackingService class.

See also tracking services

data maintenance of, 186

features of, 181–182

preparing, 182–183

profiles used with, 183–184

querying, 184–186

using with tracking services, 42

using Workflow Monitor with, 186–187

SqlWorkflowPersistenceService class

and delays, 173

description of, 168–169

preparing, 169–171

relationship to persistence services, 42

using, 171

standard activities, explanation of, 125

Start method of WorkflowInstance class

calling, 100

description of, 100

Start Options, using with workflow associations, 369

StartRuntime public method, using with WorkflowRuntime class, 93–94

state, setting current state of workflow instances, 261–262

State activity, using, 138, 253–254

state machine implementation

example of, 16–17

guidelines for use of, 252–253

using with shopping cart workflow, 263–264

state machine workflow designer, using, 257–260

State Machine Workflow Library project template, description of, 75

StateActivity state-machine activity class, description of, 39

StateFinalization activity, using, 139, 254

StateFinalizationActivity state-machine activity class, description of, 39

StateInitialization activity, using, 139, 254

StateInitializationActivity state-machine activity class, description of, 39

state-machine activities.

See also activities

EventDriven, 254

SetState, 254

State, 253–254

StateFinalization, 254

StateInitialization, 254

StateMachineWorkflowActivity class, 253

state-machine activity classes, 39

state-machine designer, using, 290–293

state-machine instances, querying, 261

State-Machine Workflow Console Application project template, description of, 75

state-machine workflows.

See also Three-state workflow in SharePoint

versus sequential workflows, 36

using SetState activity with, 138

using State activity with, 138

state-machine workflows, using EventDriven activity with, 131

state-machine workflows view designer, description of, 84–85

StateMachineWorkflowActivity class, using, 253

StateMachineWorkflowInstance class

flexibility of, 261–262

information provided by, 261

using, 260–261

states versus transitions, 251–252

static void Main(string[]args) signature, 73

StopRuntime public method, using with Work- flowRuntime class, 93

stored procedures, including in SQL persistence setup, 170

string variable, using with HelloWorld project, 25

StringWriter instance, using with tracking profile, 178

submit action, adding to form, 389

Subscribe method, using with e-mail activity, 216

Suspend activity, using, 139–140

Suspend method of WorkflowInstance class, description of, 100

SynchronizationScope activity, using, 140

syntax.

See also code listings

of CallExternalMethod activity, 126

of Code activity, 126

of CompensatableSequence activity, 127

of CompensatableTransactionScope activity, 128

of Compensate activity, 127

of CompensationHandler activity, 127

of ConditionedActivityGroup activity, 130

for defining rules, 224

of Delay activity, 130

of EventDriven activity, 131

of EventHandlingScope and EventHandlers activities, 131

of FaultHandler activity, 132

of FaultHandlers activity, 132

of HandleExternalEvent activity, 133

of IfElse and IfElseBranch activities, 133

of InvokeWebService activity, 134

of InvokeWorkflow activity, 135

of Listen activity, 135

of Parallel activity, 135–136

of Policy activity, 137

of Replicator activity, 137

of Sequence activity, 138

of SetState activity, 138

of State activity, 138

of StateFinalization and StateInitialization activities, 139

of Suspend activity, 139

of SynchronizationScope activity, 140

of Terminate activity, 141

of Throw activity, 141

of TransactionScope activity, 128

of WebServiceFault activity, 141

of WebServiceInput activity, 141

of WebServiceOutput activity, 142

of While activity, 142

System.* namespaces, contents of, 52–53

system-to-system interaction scenario, 6



Professional Windows Workflow Foundation
Professional Windows Workflow Foundation
ISBN: 0470053860
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 118
Authors: Todd Kitta

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