Provides classes related to hosting.
Exposes an Item through the editing context for managing the list of referenced and local assemblies that will be used inside the workflow for controls such as the expression editor to determine the list of references.
Describes a command on the designer, such as copy or paste.
A command interface that is used for integration of Windows Workflow Designer actions (for example, context menu) with custom-provided implementation—that is, property browser service, debugging service, and so on.
A context item published to the editing context that represents a collection of imported namespaces associated with the designer.
Represents an abstract class for multi-targeting support service.
Represents a ContextItem that is published in the editing context and that indicates whether the Windows Workflow Foundation designer is in a read-only state.
Provides functionalities to register and unregister delegates for event notifications, as well as set ownership for windows.
Provides functions to update each workflow's designer command (that is, input gestures collection). You should provide an IWorkflowCommandExtensionCallback implementation to receive notifications.
Represents a command interface that is used for integration of Windows Workflow Designer actions (for example, context menu), with custom-provided implementations, such as property browser service, debugging service, and so on.
Provides the functionality to persist a document.
Provides multi-targeting for Windows Workflow Designer hosts.
Provides additional functions when a specified workflow command is loaded.
Represents a delegate that is used to reference the method that will handle window messages.