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Custom Workflow - Windows server 2008 64bit

Custom Workflow - Windows server 2008 64bit

Custom Workflow - Windows server 2008 64bit

Hi guys,

So the time actually arrived where I had to write my first custom workflow ... what a struggle ..

Windows Server 2008 64bit ...
VS 2008 / 2010

So by now I know that I cannot create a sharepoint workflow and I'm using the wsp builder to accomplish the task ... but alas no luck ...

The wsp package is happily sitting in the solution store.
The dll is in the GAC and the Feature directory in the 12 hive. The workflow displays in the "Site Collection Workflow" gallery (as inactive).

The problem is that I cannot attach the workflow to a list/doc library ... on the library settings page i navigate to "Workflow Settings" expecting to see my workflow in the template list - but its not there ...

I know that this is probaly a "pebkac" or if you prefer an "id10t" error - but I'm stuck.

Any help/pointers/suggestions would be highly appreciated!!

I even downloaded a prepped example .. same thing :(


I was standing in the park, wondering why frisbees got bigger as they came closer... then it hit me!

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