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Microsoft® Windows® Workflow Foundation Step by Step by Kenn Scribner

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Building Custom Tracking Profiles

I’ve mentioned tracking profiles a few times already in this chapter, but I intentionally didn’t get into the details. I left those for this section.

As you might recall, a tracking profile is a mechanism for limiting the amount of information the WF tracking architecture will store in the tracking database. Ultimately, a tracking profile is no more than an XML document that stipulates what is to be included or excluded from a given workflow’s tracking perspective. But to make things easier in code, there is a TrackingProfile object as well as the rest of the objects you saw in Table 5-2. You can use these objects to create this XML document.

Because there is a tracking profile object, you might naturally assume ...

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