Windows Workflow Foundation By Jayesh Chudasama

Discovery of Page Flow at Code Plex – Web Client Software Factory
May 31, 2007, 8:05 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Technical

Discovery of Page Flow at Code Plex – Web Client Software Factory

1. Does every request of creates a pageflow instance?
2. Conditional page flows
2. Is the page navigation based on Redirection or transfer?
3. The data to be persisted between the transition is heavy
3. What and how the dependency injection come in place?
4. Can transition be applied without stopping the web application?
4. When the database is Sql Server
5. Can I modify page flow navigation without recompiling or restarting the application?
5. When the application require functionalities such as resume and continue
6. Applicable when the cookies are enabled
6. When to use page flow application?
7. Page Flow persistence usage
8.Dependent assemblies of WCSF
9. Difference between the page flow persistence and in memory persistence
10. Deployment of page flow application block in clustered environment
11. Redirection Vs Transfer in Page Flow Application Block
12. Externalizing configurations for Page Flow Application Block
13. Can page flow be used for win Forms?
14. UIP vs Page Flow Application Block
15. Migration strategy of existing applications using UIP to Page Flow Application Block
16. Can I dynamically create pageflows?


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Microsoft Surface: Behind-the-Scenes First Look (with Video)
May 31, 2007, 5:05 am
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Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates once talked about putting a PC on every desk. Now Gates is talking about turning the desk itself — or a tabletop — into a computer. Microsoft is set to announce an ambitious new computing category today called “surface computing” to try to make it happen.

The initiative, several years in the making, transforms an ordinary tabletop into a translucent, interactive façade. The surface can recognize cellphones, digital cameras, special ID-coded digital dominoes and other physical objects.

And it can respond to human touch. Kids can finger-paint digitally. Business travelers can dive into maps and surf the Web without a mouse or keyboard, by using simple touch gestures across the screen. In restaurant settings, you’ll be able to order meals and play digital board games. At home, there may be no more fussing with the half-dozen remote controls sitting on your coffee table. That’s because the table becomes the remote control.

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Microsoft Silverlight
May 18, 2007, 5:14 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Functional, Technical

Microsoft Silverlight
(formerly known as code name “WPF/E”)

Microsoft Silverlight is a cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of .NET-based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web. Silverlight offers a flexible and consistent programming model that supports AJAX, Python, Ruby, and .NET languages such as Visual Basic and C#, and integrates with existing Web applications. Silverlight media capabilities include fast, cost-effective delivery of high-quality audio and video to all major browsers including Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer running on Mac or Windows. By using Expression Studio and Visual Studio, designers and developers can collaborate more effectively using the skills they have today to light up the Web of tomorrow.

Microsoft announces Silverlight Microsoft release Silverlight 1.0 Beta with “Go-Live” license

(Las Vegas, Apr 30 2007) Microsoft released today a beta version of Silverlight at its MIX 2007 conference. The beta release includes a “go live” license that allows customer to deploy commercial solutions with Silverlight.
Microsoft enables managed code development for Silverlight with Silverlight 1.1 Alpha

(Las Vegas, Apr 30 2007) Microsoft released an alpha version of Silverlight 1.1 at its MIX 2007 conference. The alpha version enables developer to use managed code for Silverlight applications in addition to Jscript.
Microsoft Expression Blend 2 lets designers target Silverlight applications

A free download of Expression Blend 2 Preview, lets designers create Silverlight experiences. The preview also lets developers share the same project file and code against the design using Visual Studio.


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Error loading workflow in VS 2005
April 20, 2007, 9:32 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Functional

If you are having problems with this issue of Workflow models not loading in the Visual Studio designer “Error loading workflow in VS 2005” please report your problem to Microsoft.

This issue is logged at and you can vote for the issue or add comments. Microsoft passport signin is required.

Thanks Paul for direction!!

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Windows Workflow Foundation Web Workflow Approvals Starter Kit
April 11, 2007, 6:42 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Technical

Now its getting focused!! Try Windows Workflow Foundation Web Workflow Approvals Starter Kit!!

This starter kit is a Visual Studio 2005 project that demonstrates using Windows Workflow Foundation for simple task-oriented workflow in an ASP.NET Web application.

A workflow model is used to automate work order requests at a small example company. It includes three pre-defined roles which each play a part in the work order creation, approval and monitoring. The starter kit may be modified for other workflow models to suit other small Web-based task management systems.

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Enjoy Google’s Personalized Home Page with NEW LOOK!!!
March 21, 2007, 9:23 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Books & writing

Other than Windows Workflow; here is something new to share!! It is so cool!!

Now you can select a theme of your personalized home page on Google!!

Themes include Beach, Bus Stop, City Scape, Sweet Dreams, Tea House, and Seasonal Scape…


Code Samples for Microsoft® Windows® Communication Foundation and Microsoft® Windows® Workflow Foundation codename “Orcas” Februrary CTP
March 12, 2007, 4:46 am
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Code Samples for Microsoft® Windows® Communication Foundation and Microsoft® Windows® Workflow Foundation codename “Orcas” Februrary CTP