New Windows Azure Tools + SDK

17 ביוני 2010

The June 2010 release of the Windows Azure Tools + SDK will include: Full support for Visual Studio 2010 RTM .NET 4 support to provide developers with the flexibility to build services targeting either the .NET 3.5 or .NET 4 framework Cloud storage explorer to make it easier for developers to build compelling services by displaying a read-only view of Windows Azure tables and blob containers through the Visual Studio Server Explorer Integrated deployment, which will enable developers to deploy services directly from Visual Studio by...
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How to bind WF 4.0 arguments to ExpressionTextbox in Code

14 ביוני 2010

Almost every activity has arguments. The workflow designer presents only the root activity's arguments (these are the "Workflow Arguments") The activity's arguments has to be binded to ExpressionTextbox placed on the activity canvas (i.e. The Activity designer). When your activity is static and is completely defined in xaml there is no problem to define the binding in the xaml definition of the activity designer (there are tons of examples).The question is what happens when arguments and ExpressionTextBoxes are built in code? How can we bind dynamically created arguments with dynamically created...
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Returning a Custom Type OutArgument From WF 4.0

9 ביוני 2010

In Workflow 4.0 it is easy to return values. All you have to do is create a set of out arguments and provide the arguments with values. The values will be available in a dictionary in the WorkflowApplicationCompletedEventArgs parameter of the Completed handler.   There is one simple step that is often being forgotten, that is to create an instance of the value to return. If the OutArgument is of type string (or other primitive) all you have to do is set the string value to the argument. But if the argument is of a custom type...
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