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// Modified to accept the input parameter "wfArgs" WorkflowInstance instance = workflowRuntime.CreateWorkflow(typeof(PCodeFlow.Workflow1), wfArgs);
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The startup code Visual Studio 2005 inserted into the Main method would have been perfectly adequate had we not wanted to pass the postal code found on the command line to the workflow. We ll look more closely at passing startup arguments to our workflows in the next chapter.
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4. Compile the application by selecting Build PCodeFlow from the Visual Studio Build menu. That s it! The code we just added allows us to process a postal code that s provided on the command line. Let s try it. Executing your workflow application 1. In Microsoft Windows, click the Start button, move the cursor to Run, and click to open the Run dialog box. 2. In the Run dialog box Open field, type cmd and click OK.
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3. This opens a Windows Command Shell. At the command prompt, type cd \Workflow\1\PCodeFlow\PCodeFlow\bin\Debug and press the Enter key. This changes the current directory in the command window to the directory containing our workflow application. If you compiled the application using the Release mode, then be sure to change to the Release directory rather than the Debug directory. Note Don t forget our convention regarding directory names: \Workflow indicates the root directory you selected when you created the PCodeFlow project. You ll need to replace \Workflow with the full path name you chose. 4. Type the following command at the prompt, followed by the Enter key: pcodeflow 12345. The application should take a moment (to spin up the .NET Framework as well as the workflow runtime) and then spit out The postal code 12345 was valid. 5. Type the following command at the prompt, followed by the Enter key: pcodeflow 1234x. The application should respond with The postal code 12345 was *invalid*.
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6. Type the following command at the prompt, followed by the Enter key: pcodeflow "A1A 1A1". The application should tell you The postal code A1A 1A1 was valid. 7. Type the following command at the prompt, followed by the Enter key: pcodeflow "A1A ABC". The application should sadly indicate The postal code A1A ABC was *invalid*.
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If you want to continue to the next chapter, keep Visual Studio 2005 running and turn to 2. I recommend grabbing some spicy cheese crackers and a cold Diet Mountain Dew, my caffeinated beverage of choice. If you want to stop, exit Visual Studio 2005 now, save your spot in the book, and close it. (Personally, I d also reward myself with a malted beverage brewed with barley and hops, but feel free to go for any chilled beverage you prefer.)
1 Quick Reference
To Create a new console (sequential) workflow application Do This From the Visual Studio menu, choose File and then New, selecting Project as the new item type. From the New Project dialog box, select Visual C# and Workflow from the Project Types pane and Sequential Workflow Console Application from the Templates pane. Select a location for the project files in the Location field. Type a name for the project in the Name field. Click OK. Select the workflow you want to view from the Visual Studio Solution Explorer, and click the View Designer toolbar button. With the workflow visual designer open in Visual Studio, drag activities from the Toolbox into your workflow. Select the activity whose property you want to modify, and change the property in the Visual Studio Properties pane. Select the activity whose code you want to edit in the Visual Studio Solution Explorer pane, and click the Solution Explorer View Code toolbar button.
View your workflow process in the workflow visual designer Add activities to your workflow To modify activity properties To edit activity code directly
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