Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Workflow Persistency: adding Oracle and MySQL support

Workflow Foundation (WF) provide assistance to use SQL Server as datasource for workflow persistency and tracking.Companies which want to work with Oracle, cannot use the same scripts and default logic.
Workflow Foundation uses services to accomplish this task. Normally you want add a SqlWorkflowPersistenceService to the Workflow Runtime Manager to enable workflow persistency.
In case of Oracle you can download the Oracle Persistency Service for Oracle databases written by Mick.



For Oracle & MySQL support, you can download the Workflow Foundation Tools (release 0.2.2 -alpha at this moment)Release date: 15th July 2007



To read more about 'Workflow Persistence' you can read the sample chapter of Bruce Bukovic's book by clicking on this link.

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