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

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Viewing Tracking Information with WorkflowMonitor

Wouldn’t it be nice if someone came up with a ready-made tool we could use to monitor workflow events? It’s great to be able to spit out the tracking records as we did earlier in the chapter, but a nice graphical user interface would be a lot better to work with. And in fact, we’re in luck! When you loaded WF, you also loaded a set of samples, and included in the samples is an application called WorkflowMonitor.

So for the price of a compilation step and some file finagling, we can have a simple yet graphical event tracking monitor application. Here’s what we need to do to compile the application.

Compile WorkflowMonitor

  1. WorkflowMonitor is part of the workflow samples library that ships with the Windows ...

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