I suggest you ...

Display a workflow as pseudocode instead of the visual designer.

Add the ability to work with a workflow as code in the VS IDE...

Or - have the ability to write code in C# / VB and have it compile into a workflow which can be run in workflow foundation.

Many people write programs in c# and VB, doesn't it make sense that an entire workflow should be able to be written in one of those languages? XAML is a hard language to write a workflow in as it is very verbose when coding, and the visual designer can be much more difficult to work with than a textual language.

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  • Balasubramanian V commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hi,
    Is there any possibility to get pseudo code or C# code of Workflow? So that it is very useful to convert the large WF into program code(C#/VB).

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