Windows Workflow Foundation By Jayesh Chudasama


NET Framework 3.5. Orcas March 2007 CTP
March 6, 2007, 5:58 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Books & writing

Visual Studio codename “Orcas” March 2007 CTP and this is the first time that features from .NET Framework 3.5 have been included. I’ve already seen this on Matt Winklers blog and Somasegars blog. I would recommend you get the Team Suite-Only VPC to review the new features in .NET Framework 3.5.

Here’s some detail of the new things to look for from WF and WCF.

* Workflow enabled services – process and messaging together
* Web 2.0 AJAX friendly (works with ASP.NET AJAX Client) and REST enabled WCF services
* New project templates and other new features in Visual Studio for WF and WCF
* More WS-* Standards Support including WS-AtomicTransaction, WS-ReliableMessaging, WS-SecureConversation and WS-Coordination
* RSS and ATOM Syndication Support in WCF
* Partial Trust for WCF applications deployed through click-once
* Rules Data Improvements

Refer Paul’s Blog For Details

http://blogs.msdn.com/pandrew/archive/2007/03/01/net-framework-3-5-makes-first-appearance-in-ctp.aspx



Microsoft provides BPEL 2.0 in WF – BPEL for Windows Workflow Foundation March CTP
February 26, 2007, 7:27 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Books & writing

In March 2007 Microsoft plans to release a CTP of a set of BPEL activities for Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). This will be called BPEL for Windows Workflow Foundation March CTP and the CTP release will implement the BPEL 1.1 specification. The final release of BPEL for Windows Workflow Foundation will implement the OASIS BPEL 2.0 standard and is planned for release in Q4 of calendar year 2007.

Read more :

http://blogs.msdn.com/pandrew/archive/2007/02/25/Microsoft-provides-BPEL-2.0-in-WF-_2D00_-BPEL-for-Windows-Workflow-Foundation-March-CTP.aspx



Managing Windows Workflow Events on a Web Server – By Scott
February 16, 2007, 6:06 pm
Filed under: Blogroll, Books & writing

Once you have the WorkflowRuntime up and running in an ASP.NET application or web service, you’ll want handle key life cycle events like WorkflowTerminated and WorkflowCompleted.

Here Scott warns about some common pitfalls he has seen.

Thanks Scott!!



Using Web Client Software Factory – Page Flow Application Block in Windows Workflow Foundation
February 16, 2007, 12:50 pm
Filed under: Blogroll, Books & writing

The Web Client Software Factory is a guidance offering that provides comprehensive architecture guidance to help customers build Composite Web Clients using the Microsoft platform (ASP.NET 2.0 and Workflow Foundation, etc).

Download installer from here

Application Blocks

Getting Started

Reference

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb264518.aspx

http://blogs.msdn.com/brada/archive/2007/01/19/p-p-web-client-software-factory-released.aspx

http://blogs.msdn.com/edjez/archive/2006/09/15/756795.aspx

Add Business Module Using Web Client Software Factory – Solution Preview Rocks!

Web Client Software Factory works with pageflow, workflow

Web Client Software Factory – Model-View-Presenter and Page Workflow

Web Client Software Factory – Drop 04

Web Client Software Factory – Great Design Pattern Examples, Model-View-Presenter, Dependency Injection, Workflow

Can not install Web Client Software Factory Templates

Web Client Software Factory and Static Constructors

Buzz



Web Client Software Factory – Model-View-Presenter and Page Workflow
February 9, 2007, 11:27 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Books & writing

The Web Client Software Factory helps you implement the View-Presenter Pattern ( as they call it ) in your web client interfaces and inject service dependencies into your presenter and other classes automagically. WCSF takes the pain out of implementing the View-Presenter Pattern by providing simple recipes that create the classes, interfaces, test fixtures, and other infrastructure items for you.

Read further at David’s Blog

http://davidhayden.com/blog/dave/archive/2007/01/16/WebClientSoftwareFactoryIntro.aspx



DinnerNow – Project Release
February 5, 2007, 1:09 am
Filed under: Books & writing, Technical

DinnerNow, the other thing shipping

Here’s a list of the technologies that is being used to build DinnerNow:

* Vista and Longhorn Server platform API’s

* IIS 7 modules
* ASP.NET Ajax extensions
* Linq
* Windows Communication Foundation
o Queued Services using MSMQ
o “Normal” WS-* web services
o POX and RSS over WCF
* Windows Workflow Foundation
o State Machine and Sequential
o Correlation
o Designer Rehosting
o Communication between parent and child workflows
* Windows Presentation Foundation

* Windows Powershell

* Windows CardSpace
* .NET Compact Framework

* Incredibly cool installation experience

Download

http://www.codeplex.com/dinnernow/release/projectreleases.aspx

Reference

http://www.dinnernow.net/default.aspx?tabindex=0&tabid=1

http://blogs.msdn.com/mwinkle/archive/2007/02/01/dinnernow-the-other-thing-shipping.aspx



What to use Windows Workflow Foundation for?
February 5, 2007, 1:06 am
Filed under: Blogroll, Functional, Uncategorized

Here Paul explains resons and needs of WWF.

http://blogs.msdn.com/pandrew/archive/2007/02/01/what-to-use-windows-workflow-foundation-for.aspx