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Parameters Element (WorkflowActions)

Windows SharePoint Services 3

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Container for all Parameter elements and contains no definable attributes. Includes the descriptions of the parameters in a condition or action method signature.

The Parameters element is a complex element type and can be used with both Actions and Conditions elements to define their parameters.


<Conditions>
  <Condition>
    <Parameters>
    <Parameter />
    </Parameters>
  </Condition>
</Conditions>
<Actions>
  <Action>
    <Parameters>
      <Parameter />
    </Parameters>
  </Action>
</Actions>

The following example demonstrates how to construct the Parameters element so that the workflow engine can interact with the assembly code.

<WorkflowInfo>
   <Conditions>
      <Default>…</Default>
      <Condition>…</Condition>
      <Parameters>
         <Parameter />
      </Parameters>
   </Conditions>
   <Actions Sequential="then" Parallel="and">
      <Action Name="Update my custom SharePoint list"
              ClassName="CustomActivities.OrderListFunctions"
              Assembly="CustomActivities,
                        PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c,
                        Version=1.0.0.0,
                        Culture=neutral"
              Category="My Custom Actions"
              CreatesTask="true"
              CreatesInList="UpdateList"
              AppliesTo="all"
              ListModeration="false"
              UsesCurrentItem="true">
         <RuleDesigner Sentence="Update %1">
            <FieldBind Field="UpdateList"
                       Function="UpdateOrderList"
                       DesignerType="ChooseListItem"
                       ID="1"
                       Text="My Custom List">
            </FieldBind>
         </RuleDesigner>
      <Parameters>
         <Parameter Type="System.String, mscorlib"
                    Direction="In"
                    Name="UpdateList" />
      </Parameters>
      </Action>
   </Actions>
</WorkflowInfo>
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