Cumulative Update 1 Released for Workflow Manager 1.0

I am pleased to announce the release of the first Cumulative Update (CU) for Workflow Manager 1.0; you can find the associated KB article here.  The Workflow Manager CU has a dependency on Service Bus CU1 (KB is here), which was also just released.  There are a couple of options for the installation: Direct installation…

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Workflow Session at //build/

We delivered a Workflow session at the //build/ conference yesterday.  Slides and a recording of the presentation are now available; it was a great opportunity to provide an update on all of our recent investments.  It was a packed session with lots of good questions and discussions afterward.  Thank you to everyone who was able to…

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Announcing the Release of Workflow Manager 1.0

Today we announced the RTM release of Workflow Manager 1.0, a new offering that builds on and extends the capabilities of WF 4.5.  It’s been an incredibly busy time for the team, and we’re thrilled to get this release out to our customers, hot on the heels of our WF enhancements in .NET 4.5.  As previously mentioned,…

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Workflow Manager

I mentioned in the previous post that one of our key investments has been supporting the new workflow model in SharePoint 2013, which is now available in Preview form.  To accomplish this, we have been developing the “Workflow Manager”.  As the name implies Workflow Manager provides a hosting and management solution for workflows, built on…

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Workflow Investments

We’ve been making significant investments in Workflow since the release of .NET 4, and now that we’re starting to wrap up some of these investments, I thought it would be worthwhile to provide a summary. The work falls into 3 major areas: Improvements in Windows Workflow Foundation in .NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012, which…

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