Writing SharePoint Workflows in Visual Studio - Crawl Walk Run

Posted on 7/9/2008 @ 12:15 AM in #SharePoint by | Feedback | 6252 views

Writing workflows in Visual Studio is a real doozie. Doozie is a highly technical term used to describe something that throws you in a tizzie. Sure there are books and articles out there that take you through it all step by step. My mission in the next few blogposts - to take that doozie, and cut it in to small enough chunks, so you don't get a tizzie.

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.

Sound off but keep it civil:

Older comments..

On 9/12/2008 2:14:17 AM peter said ..

Nice walk through. I just wonder whether you would be able to display the images. These seem to contain further instructions that are now unavailable.



On 5/12/2009 11:54:46 AM Taffy Lewis said ..
I could use seeing the images as well, though this was a very good article!

On 5/12/2009 5:41:46 PM Sahil Malik said ..
Hey guys - the images are broken because your ISP is blocking them. Please ask your infrastructure ogres to unblock imageshack. Thanks,

Glad you liked the article.