vendredi 16 décembre 2011 14:18
Hi, I have created a workflow service(WF4) with two receive activites,
when i try to call the 2nd activity from silverlight client application , the workflow still idle in the persistence database.
when i used asp.net client application it's work fine.
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jeudi 2 février 2012 13:17
If your workflow depersists fine using asp.net, it certainly should when you hook in your silverlight client. Silverlight is after all only a UI client that typicallly lives on top of an ASP.NET web application.
Your WWF-related logic and code should be in the ASP.NET layer -- not in Silverlight at all.
It seems you already know how to make a WWF-enabled application in ASP.NET. All you really need to do is wire up the Silverlight interface to the ASP.NET web app. Take a look here for some more info: http://silverlight.net/
lundi 13 février 2012 09:17
Unlike ASP.NET, Silverlight processing occurs on the client machine thus decreasing server resource utilization and improving the Web experience on the client.Silverlight was designed using the same design paradigm as ASP.NET. So if you are able to connect workflow with asp.net eventually you should be able to connect it with silverlight application.
If you still not able to invoke workflow using silverlight i suggest you to take a look at the below link:
Hope to hear from you if you are not able to invoke
- Proposé comme réponse Karthy Udhaykumar lundi 13 février 2012 09:18