3 comments

  1. Hi, Raimond

    thanks for your article!

    You say"for an Oracle shop you could just persist to Oracle, instead of needing to buy SQL Server.",do you mean I can use oracle instead of sql server in microsoft windows workflow fountation?

    but WWF doesn’t provide persistence service and tracking service for oracle now, and I find persistence service and tracking service for oracle several days, but nothing I can find.

    How can I get the persistence service and tracking service for oracle? If I write them by myself, is it possible?

    if I have the persistence service and tracking service for oracle, does any other work I must do? I can’t find anything in WWF for let developer select database such as Sql Server or Oracle.

    thanks!

    s_wtsu Beantwoorden

  2. Currently, you need to build your own.

    It is just a matter of implementing some .NET classes that implement the needed interfaces, and then register that service when starting the workflow runtime instead of using the default SQL Persistence service.

    There are articles about this topic on several locations, for instance at http://www.manuelfoerster.net/wordpress/40/

    and at

    http://weblogs.asp.net/gsusx/archive/2005/10/05/426699.aspx

    Raimond Brookman Beantwoorden

  3. sample?where ?have download?

    dragon2snow Beantwoorden