This topic applies to Windows Workflow Foundation 4 (WF4).
This section contains samples that demonstrate built-in Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) activities.
In This Section
- Fault Handling in a Flowchart Activity Using TryCatch
- Demonstrates how the TryCatch activity can be used within a complex control flow activity.
- Emulating breaking in a While activity
- Demonstrates how to break the looping mechanism of the following activities: DoWhile, ForEach, While, and ParallelForEach.
- DynamicActivity Creation
- Demonstrates two different ways to create an activity at runtime using the DynamicActivity activity.
- Using Variables with a .NET Framework 3.5 Ruleset
- Demonstrates how to create a workflow that uses the Interop activity to integrate a custom activity written in .NET Framework 3.5 that uses policy and rules.
- Load From XAML
- Demonstrates how to dynamically load a XAML workflow without having to run the XamlBuildTask tool.
- Using Collection Activities
- Demonstrates how to use the collection activities (AddToCollection, ClearCollection, ExistsInCollection, and RemoveFromCollection) with a class that implements the ICollection interface and how to create a custom activity that iterates over a collection to print out the contents of each element in the collection.
- Using the InvokeMethod Activity
- Demonstrates how to use the InvokeMethod activity to invoke public methods in public classes.
- Using Procedural Activities
- Demonstrates how to use the Sequence, Assign, If, While, Switch, TryCatch, and WriteLine activities to implement a guessing game.
- Using CancellationScope
- Demonstrates how to use the CancellationScope activity to cancel work in an application.
- Demonstrates the different ways to use the InvokeMethod activity to invoke methods of a class.
- Usage of the Switch Activity with Custom Types
- Describes how to enable a Switch activity to evaluate a user-defined complex type at runtime.
Build Date: 2012-03-02