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Figure 8-9. The RuleSet Manager form we ll build for our solution Now that we have an idea of what we re building, let s go ahead and get started. To begin, create a new Windows Forms application in Visual Studio 2005 and add controls to the form so that it looks like Figure 8-9. Table 8-2 shows the details for the controls that matter. Most importantly, for the code to operate, you need to set the control names properly.
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Table 8-2. Control Properties for Our Rule Manager Solution
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Holds the URL for the site (duh) that contains our ruleset documents. Initiates the process to retrieve the list of workflow templates from the site specified in txtSiteURL.
Button
(Name)
btnGetWorkflows
Button (btnGetWorkflows) ListBox
Text (Name)
Get Workflow Templates lbWorkflows Holds the list of workflow templates, filtered on those that use the ExternalPolicy activity. All of the controls below the list box are contained in this panel. It s just easier to work with them as a unit when they re in a container.
Panel
(Name)
pnlRuleSets
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Table 8-2. Control Properties for Our Rule Manager Solution (Continued)
Control
Panel (pnlRuleSets)
Property
Enabled
Value
False
Description
All of the controls will be enabled once the user selects a workflow from the list box. Stores the list of rulesets already created for the selected workflow. Also enables the creation of a new ruleset (by selecting New). This label is different from the others because we programmatically control its Enabled property during the course of the solution. Starts out as disabled. Holds the name of a new ruleset to be created. Starts out as disabled. Initiates the process to show the Rule Set Editor. We ll change this programmatically depending on whether we re editing an existing ruleset or creating a new one.
ComboBox
(Name)
cmboExistingRulesets
Label
(Name)
lblRuleSetName
Label(lblRuleSetName) TextBox TextBox (txtRuleSetName) Button Button (btnRuleSets)
Enabled (Name) Enabled (Name) Text
False txtRuleSetName False btnRuleSet Create RuleSet
With all of the visual elements set up, we can now start working with the code (finally!). Listing 8-14 shows the extra namespace references we need to add to the top of our code file. You ll need to add references to your project as appropriate for these namespaces. Listing 8-14. Namespace References using using using using using using using using using Microsoft.SharePoint; Microsoft.SharePoint.Workflow; System.IO; System.Xml; System.Xml.XPath; System.Reflection; System.Workflow.Activities.Rules.Design; System.Workflow.Activities.Rules; System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Serialization;
The next step is to create a new class for an object we will use throughout the rest of the code to store information about the available workflows. After the default class created for you by Visual Studio, add the code from Listing 8-15. It s just a collection of properties, so I won t step you through each one. We ll see them in action in just a few minutes.
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Caution In order to be able to work with the Visual Studio visual form designer, it is important that this
class come after the form class in your code file. If it doesn t, Visual Studio will bark at you.
Listing 8-15. Our Utility WorkflowData Class for Storing Information About the Available Workflows public class WorkflowData { private string _name; public string Name { get { return _name; } set { _name = value; } } private Guid _id; public Guid ID { get { return _id; } set { _id = value; } } private string _assemblyName; public string AssemblyName { get { return _assemblyName; } set { _assemblyName = value; } } private Type _assemblyType; public Type AssemblyType { get { return _assemblyType; } set { _assemblyType = value; } } } Listing 8-16 shows the last piece of setup code for our solution it just sets up a few variables for us. I ll leave you to decipher this complex set of code on your own. Add the code to the top of the class and we can move on. Listing 8-16. Three of the Most Complex Lines of Code You ll Ever Encounter List<WorkflowData> WFDataCollection = new List<WorkflowData>(); string sWorkflowName = string.Empty; string sSiteURL = string.Empty;
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