As we did in the last chapter, we’ll begin by creating a new database in SQL Server Management Studio Express. We’ll run some SQL scripts that ship with the .NET 3.0 components (downloadable as a separate installation or prepackaged with Windows Vista). As with tracking, these scripts will create the database roles, tables and views, and stored procedures necessary to persist workflow instances.
Create a SQL Server 2005 persistence database
Open SQL Server Management Studio Express.
The set of steps you’ll follow here are very similar to the steps you followed in the previous chapter in the procedure "Create ...