WorkflowGen 7 or later
.NET Framework 4.6.1 (.NET Framework and ASP.NET 4.7.2 are supported for runtime and webforms development)
In order to implement a web form, you must have WorkflowGen.My referenced in your project. Follow these instructions to directly reference an assembly in your web project:
\bin directory under your web site root folder; for example
WorkflowGen.My.dll file to this folder.
Right-click on your project name and choose Add reference...
Navigate to the
\bin directory you just created and choose the
WorkflowGen.My.dll file, then click OK.
WorkflowGen.My is now referenced in your project.
WorkflowPage does not use any particular
The form data is the XML file used to store all your web form data. A file type data element called
FORM_DATA should be created and left empty.
Your CSS styles should be located in a sub-directory called
\css, and your form archive style sheet file should be called
form_archive.css because the
WorkflowPage will look for this particular file in this location to find it.
If you don't want to use these default values, you can always change the
FormArchiveCssPath property, whose default value is
A form archive file called
form_archive.htm will be created by default, but you can use any name you want by changing the value of the "