There are different ways of modifying a workflow during run time. Let us discuss some of the ways.
The WorkflowChanges class enables you to make changes to a running workflow at run time.
When you generate the workflow, it consists of a single state and does not include an InitialState or a
The following table details the procedure for hosting a state machine workflow. The code for hosting a state machine workflow is identical to that of a sequential workflow; however, starting the workflow may be different if you intend the workflow to respond to an event.
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If you are running Windows Server 2003 and want to check if you are running a 32-bit version or 64-bit version, here is how you can check it. There are different ways to find it out.
If you are curious to find out if Share Point is installed on your Server, there are a couple of ways to do that.
One way to find if SharePoint is installed is to go to the following path on your Server and check if you have a folder named Template.
The following table details the procedure for hosting a sequential workflow
The workflow life cycle has a number of logical execution states in which a workflow can exist. There is a single Initialization state, called Created, in which the workflow instance exists before execution starts.
WF provides various workflow-authoring styles, such as sequential and state machine, to develop your workflows