Using XAML activation in ASP.NET with a StateMachineWorkflow


If you want to use XAML activation in ASP.NET you will need to be using Windows Workflow Foundation Beta 2.2, that can be found here.  The reason for this is that although XAML activation works in most cases with Beta 2 it isn’t officially supported in that build because it was added as a feature at the last minute and was not fully test yet.


 


Below is a sample that uses XAML activation to start a StateMachineWorkflow in ASP.NET.  


 


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ASPNETXAMLActivation.EXE

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  2. ornakahil says:

    Hi Tom,

    I explored your example and there is one thing that is not clear to me,

    I saw that you added the library assembly in the Global.asax but what if I want to host several workflow libraries? Do you know if I Can upload the assembly in the form load?