Tuesday, May 16, 2006

.Net code generation strikes again...

In his blog, Stephen Kaufman shows a nicely worked example of using CodeDom to Programmatically Create Windows Workflow Rules.

What makes this interesting is not only does it provide a solution to a real-world problem, but it also re-enforces the underlying nature of .Net - i.e. that .Net code gets compiled into MSIL which the runtime executes.

Definitely worth a read.

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