Removing Imported Namespaces IN WF4

One of the new features you will see in WF4 is the 'Imports' Tab. This tab makes it easier for fully qualifying type names, or should I say, "Not fully qualifying type names". Instead, you can use the import tab and add the namespaces through the Import Designer. The only problem is what happens when you add the wrong one? Simple...well not at first, however one can figure out that since they are added to the xaml, they can be easily removed.

  1. Right click on the workflow.xaml file within the Solution Explorer
  2. Select "View Code", since you have the file open Visual Studio will ask you if you want to close the existing file so it can be opened up as xml
  3. At the very top of the xml, within the main root, "<Activity>" scroll down the name spaces till you see the one or more you would like to remove from the workflow
  4. Highlight them and press delete. The cool thing here is if you then view the workflow within the designer it does not go all crazy on you incase you delete one that you still need like it did in 3.x when you messed with the xaml.
  5. You should notice that the namespaces are no longer within the Imprt Designer

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Yesterday's Videos Are Available From PDC09

Better than the latest movies in theaters now are the videos of what is up Microsofts sleeves. Check it out here.

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Florida Microsoft Community Speaker Idol Competition

WOW...Florida is putting on a speaking contest like no other. If you think you are a good speaker and you have a passionate topic, we need you. To be more specific, JaxDUG needs you to represent because we anticipate winning this event. UserGroups within different regions all over Florida will be competing in this event. Our goal is to win regionals, however whomever wins regionals gets to compete in the finals.

The first phase is where User Groups and other recognized organizations focusing on the Microsoft platform hold events and nominate a speaker to participate in the Regional competition.  We are hopeful that each User Group will nominate a speaker to send to the Regional competition.

The Regional competition is the second phase in the competition and will be held at a location convenient to the User Groups assigned to this region.  Each region will select, in a regional competition, a regional Speaker Idol and a runner up.  During this phase we will need volunteers to serve as regional coordinators and help drive participation.  Microsoft is offering a $200 pre-paid credit card to be given to (confirmed) regional winners so that they might travel to the finals.  If the winner is unable to attend the finals, this credit card is to be given to the runner up. 

The final phase of the competition is to be held in Lakeland Florida in March of 2010.  Each finalist is allotted approximately 10 minutes (depending on individual event rules) to deliver their message and compete against others in their competition. 

All Regional finalists will be recorded on digital video and published on the Channel 9 Tool Shed Shows website (http://channel9.msdn.com/shows/toolshed).  The top contestant will be honored and given the distinction of being the winner of Florida’s Microsoft Community Speaker Idol Competition.   Speaker Waivers will need to be signed before the event begins.  Those in attendance at the finals will also need to sign a waiver as the will be in crowd reaction shots.

If you are interested or have more questions please contact me

 

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