Table of Contents for on SharePoint 2007 WF Authoring using Visual Studio.
1. Setting up your environment for writing VS2005 workflows.
2. Writing an ultra basic workflow, deploying it, and slicing dicing how it worked.
3. Making that workflow more complex, adding if/else, and a bunch of activities that sort of make it more interesting.
4. Adding user interaction to that workflow using Infopath forms.
5. Authoring SharePoint 2007 Workflows using VS2008.
In order to be able to write SharePoint 2007 workflows, you will need to have the following setup on your development machine.
1. MOSS2007 (or WSS, if that is what you are targeting).
2. VS 2005 (VS2008 needs some initial setup).
3. WF Extensions for VS 2005. You may skip this if you are using VS2008 and instead use these instructions.
4. SharePoint 2007 SDK + ECM Starter kit.
When you have installed all of these, you should see the following project templates inside of Visual Studio -
If you see the above projects, you're all set to move on with the next steps.