Category Archives: Windows Workflow

Custom code in K2 blackpearl

As you may, or may not be aware, the underlying code of workflows produced by K2 blackpearl have Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) at the core. With the previous K2.NET 2003, there was a Notepad-like editor that allowed you to over-write … Continue reading

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The ‘point’ of origin – K2 blackpoint

Well, it’s a great day when someone asks you “so, what’s happening with that BlackPoint” thingo from K2 ?” – and I can reply “It’s out !” SharePoint workflow.  More features.  No code. Click here to view the home page … Continue reading

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Wrap-up from MOSSIG

Wednesday night was the symposium on workflow at the Microsoft Office Server Special Interest Group, otherwise known as MOSSIG. Was a bunch of about 40 folk in attendance – with Subway mini-sub’s replacing the usual nerd-dinner of pizza.  We all … Continue reading

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Should you code your business logic or use a workflow model?

Found this interesting article from Paul Andrew from when he was the product manager for Windows Workflow Foundation and Windows Communication Foundation. He has since moved into the SharePoint product team – his title is now “Microsoft Technical Product Manager … Continue reading

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At the copa, copacabana

OK – maybe a bad choice of words, but the song is in your head now, right ? Some of the K2 folk are discussing K2[blackpearl] at the cabana sessions next week – Tech.Ed Australia, on the Gold Coast. As already … Continue reading

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OOB vs. SPD vs. WF vs.

Battle of the acronyms In late-January, 2007, I presented a technical demo & discussion session at MOSSIG (Microsoft Office System Special Interest Group).  I’d posted an overview of the content @, but thought it would be worth including at … Continue reading

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