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Using WF4 bookmarks with IWorkflowInstanceExtension
Note: This blog post is written using the .NET framework 4.0 Beta 2 In this previous blog post I showed how to create an asynchronous activity using the NativeActivity and CreateBookmark to pause a workflow execution. Using that in a WorkflowApplication...

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Bookmarked Activities in WF4
Note: This blog post is written using the .NET framework 4.0 Beta 2 Windows Workflow Foundation 4 introduces the concept of bookmarks to temporarily pause activities. A bookmark is basically a named pause point in an activity. The result is that the workflow...

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Changing the Icon on a custom activity designer
Note: This blog post is written using the .NET framework 4.0 Beta 2 When I create custom activity designers the icon that appears is usually one of the first things I want to change. Doing so in WF4 isn’t hard once you know where to look but if you don...

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Workflow 4 and Visual Basic expressions Survey
The topic of Visual Basic expression in Windows Workflow Foundation 4 seems to be a bit of an item for some people as you can see in the comments to my blog posts about it here . Now personally I don’t think it is such a big deal as it only concerns the...

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Rehosting the Workflow Designer in WF4
Note: This blog post is written using the .NET framework 4.0 Beta 2 With Windows Workflow Foundation 3 it was possible to rehost the workflow designer in your own application. But possible is about all there was to say about it as it was pretty hard to...

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