James Conard - Touring the Windows Workflow Foundation Team Offices

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    amotif
    Good video with well-spoken people. Now to find an excuse to use WWF in a project. Smiley

    Happy Turkey Day.

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    Maze_werks
    Great video! All of use here working on Windows Workflow Foundation are very excited about the technology and its impact on both Microsoft products and ISV/corporate development. When you put together Visual Studio 2005, Windows 12 and WinFX with WF you get a very powerful toolset for quickly building rich business applications.

    WF Beta 1.2 download and instructions for Office 12 Beta users & developers

    WF Beta 1.2 download with instructions for WinFX Nov CTP developers 

    WindowsWorkflow.NET community site, forums, code, etc.
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    PerfectPhase
    Is this technology going to be used in the next Exchange to replace the god awful VB-Script based one in it at the moment?

    Stephen.
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    TheWiseman
    Great technology, I see huge usage potential in most of the projects I am working on. Any RTM release or GO Lives license dates yet clear?

    Thanks.
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    jamescon

    PerfectPhase wrote:
    Is this technology going to be used in the next Exchange to replace the god awful VB-Script based one in it at the moment?

    Stephen.


    No, unfortunately Windows Workflow Foundation will not be used in the next version of Exchange. 


    James Conard

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    jamescon
    TheWiseman wrote:
    Great technology, I see huge usage potential in most of the projects I am working on. Any RTM release or GO Lives license dates yet clear?

    Thanks.


    The RTM for Windows Workflow Foundation is scheduled for early Q3 2006.   This will be a standalone release designed to support Office "12".  Then Windows Workflow Foundation will also be included with WinFx later in the calendar year.   We're working on the plans for go-live licenses now.   Stay tuned to http://www.WindowsWorkflow.net and https://msdn.microsoft.com/workflow for more details on go-live licenses. 

    James Conard
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    PerfectPhase
    jamescon wrote:

    No, unfortunately Windows Workflow Foundation will not be used in the next version of Exchange. 

    James Conard


    Bugger! Sad

    Stephen.
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    Ambrose
    Hey, when can we get some sample rehosting code like what Israel was showing? 
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    jamescon

    Unfortunately we don't have that example posted yet, but we do have a example application that is very similiar.  The Workflow Designer Control Example re-hosts the Workflow Designer control in a custom Windows Forms application and enables drag-and-drop from a toolbox of activities onto the design surface.


    James Conard
    https://blogs.msdn.com/jamescon

     

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