Maybe you've had one of those product managers who is always at your desk, asking "are you done, yet?" In this section, we will replace the annoying project manager with a trivial Windows Workflow program. The sample isn't meant to demonstrate all the capabilities of the platform, but give a general feel for creating and running a workflow with WF.
Before we can begin, we'll need to download and install the .NET 3.0 framework. The installation program is available from http://netfx3.com. Supported development tools for the .NET 3.0 framework include all editions of Visual Studio 2005. We'll also need to download and install Visual Studio 2005 Extensions for Windows Workflow Foundation. The extensions are also available from