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Sequential Workflow Views (Legacy)

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Visual Studio 2010 provides a legacy Windows Workflow Designer that can be used to target the .NET Framework version 3.5 or the .NET Framework 3.0.

The Workflow Designer provides a way to graphically create Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) applications using the familiar Visual Studio user interface. Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) applications are composed of workflow process steps called activities. To create a workflow, compose activities on the design surface by dragging their respective activity designers from Toolbox onto the design surface.

When you create a sequential workflow, which is a SequentialWorkflowActivity, three views of the workflow are available. These views are accessible from the Workflow menu and from the context menu on the design surface.

The following table lists the name and description of each view.

 

Menu/Tab Option Description

View SequentialWorkflow

Right-click the design surface and select the View SequentialWorkflow option from the context menu to display the Sequential Workflow view, which shows the activity-based graphical representation of the sequential workflow. Or select View SequentialWorkflow from the Workflow menu.

View Cancel Handler

Right-click the design surface and select the View Cancel Handler option from the context menu to display the Sequential Workflow view, which shows the CancellationHandlerActivity activity associated with the workflow. Or select View Cancel Handler from the Workflow menu.

View Fault Handler

Right-click the design surface and select the View Fault Handler option from the context menu to display the Faults view, which shows the FaultHandlersActivity activity associated with the workflow. Or select View Fault Handler from the Workflow menu.

For more information about similar views, see Activity Views (Legacy).

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2012-08-02

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