Gets or sets the root designer for the WorkflowView.
Assembly: System.Workflow.ComponentModel (in System.Workflow.ComponentModel.dll)
The root designer of the workflow is the designer associated with the design surface of the workflow. It contains all child designers, and subsequently all activities in the workflow.
The following example shows how to retrieve the RootDesigner of a WorkflowView object. The workflowPanel field contains a method named GetWorkflowView that returns the active WorkflowView instance. The RootDesigner is then cast to a SequentialWorkflowRootDesigner before any action is taken on it.
This code example is part of the Basic DesignerHosting SDK Sample from the DesignerShell.cs file. For more information, see Basic Designer Hosting Sample.
Available since 3.0