Please note that this project has moved to GitHub Repository - WorkflowExtractor

Extract Rules to a Code File

To use Workflow Extractor, follow the steps below

  1. Extract the zip file into a folder where the current user has R/W access.  This is specially required when you are using Windows OS that has UAC enabled.
  2. Execute WFE.exe 
  3. Selecting the rules file
    1. If you have the rules file with you for your project, Click on File menu > Load Rules Files (or press F3)
    2. If you have the assembly that uses Windows Workflow, Click on File menu > Load Assembly (or press F2).  This may take sometime based on the size of the assembly
      1. Once the assembly loads, click on the appropriate Rules file in the top most list box in yellow color.
      2. Double click on the Rules file to load the content of Rules file.
  4. Once you are able to view the content of Rules file selected in the step #3, you can click on the menu Build > Extract C# rules or Build > Extract VB.NET rules
  5. The code file is generated in a sub-directory 'wfe' in the executable directory 

 

Extract Rules Workflow into Word Document

  1. Extract the zip file into a folder where the current user has R/W access.  This is specially required when you are using Windows OS that has UAC enabled.
  2. Execute WFE.exe 
  3. Selecting the rules file
    1. If you have the rules file with you for your project, Click on File menu > Load Rules Files (or press F3)
    2. If you have the assembly that uses Windows Workflow, Click on File menu > Load Assembly (or press F2).  This may take sometime based on the size of the assembly
      1. Once the assembly loads, click on the appropriate Rules file in the top most list box in yellow color.
      2. Double click on the Rules file to load the content of Rules file.
  4. Once you are able to view the content of Rules file selected in the step #3, you can click on the menu Build > Extract Workflow
  5. The Word document (compatible with Word 2007, 2010, 2013) file is generated in a sub-directory 'wfe' in the executable directory

 

Working with Code

If you wish to contribute to this project, please feel free to write to me @ 

http://www.ganshani.com/applications/workflow-extractor

Last edited Dec 16, 2014 at 12:18 PM by punitganshani, version 3

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