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February 2008 Entries

QuickTip: Clean up Visual Studio's Recent Project List
We recently revised the organizational structure of some source code, and as a result projects now resided in new locations on disk. I've a big fan of the MRU list, and make use of it often in visual studio (both via the File->Recent Project/Solution menu option and the quick links available on the VS start page). The reorganization of my code base orphaned this links. I was unable to locate a UI for managing this list within visual studio, but did locate the source of these lists in my window's ......

Posted On Sunday, February 17, 2008 10:47 PM | Comments (7) |

Faulting Handling for Dynamic Workflows - Part 1.
"There is no joy in Mudville - the mighty Casey has struck out." I've been spending some time lately reviewing and bolstering my old WF Execution code. Part of this refactoring included a revamped approach at Exception handling. With so many different kinds of activities, implementing a "standard" fault handler is proving more challenging than I had originally thought. Managing exceptions in base workflow activities is one thing, but handling exceptions in custom business activities is quite another. ......

Posted On Friday, February 1, 2008 3:36 AM | Comments (0) |

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