WorkflowApplication.ResumeBookmark WorkflowApplication.ResumeBookmark WorkflowApplication.ResumeBookmark WorkflowApplication.ResumeBookmark Method

Definition

Initiates an operation to resume a bookmark.

Overloads

ResumeBookmark(String, Object, TimeSpan) ResumeBookmark(String, Object, TimeSpan) ResumeBookmark(String, Object, TimeSpan) ResumeBookmark(String, Object, TimeSpan)

Initiates an operation to resume the bookmark with the specified name, using the specified value and time-out interval. The bookmark to be resumed is previously created by an activity within the workflow instance.

ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object, TimeSpan) ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object, TimeSpan) ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object, TimeSpan)

Initiates an operation to resume the specified bookmark, using the specified value and time-out interval. The bookmark to be resumed is previously created by an activity within the workflow instance.

ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object) ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object) ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object)

Initiates an operation to resume the specified bookmark, using the specified value. The bookmark to be resumed is previously created by an activity within the workflow instance.

ResumeBookmark(String, Object) ResumeBookmark(String, Object) ResumeBookmark(String, Object) ResumeBookmark(String, Object)

Initiates an operation to resume the bookmark with the specified name, using the specified value. The bookmark to be resumed is previously created by an activity within the workflow instance.

ResumeBookmark(String, Object, TimeSpan) ResumeBookmark(String, Object, TimeSpan) ResumeBookmark(String, Object, TimeSpan) ResumeBookmark(String, Object, TimeSpan)

Initiates an operation to resume the bookmark with the specified name, using the specified value and time-out interval. The bookmark to be resumed is previously created by an activity within the workflow instance.

public:
 System::Activities::BookmarkResumptionResult ResumeBookmark(System::String ^ bookmarkName, System::Object ^ value, TimeSpan timeout);
public System.Activities.BookmarkResumptionResult ResumeBookmark (string bookmarkName, object value, TimeSpan timeout);
member this.ResumeBookmark : string * obj * TimeSpan -> System.Activities.BookmarkResumptionResult
Public Function ResumeBookmark (bookmarkName As String, value As Object, timeout As TimeSpan) As BookmarkResumptionResult

Parameters

bookmarkName
String String String String

The name of the bookmark to be resumed.

value
Object Object Object Object

An object passed as a parameter to the method that is invoked when the bookmark resumes.

timeout
TimeSpan TimeSpan TimeSpan TimeSpan

The time interval during which the bookmark must be resumed.

Returns

Examples

The following example creates a workflow that uses a ReadLine activity that creates a Bookmark. The workflow is started, and once the Bookmark is created and the workflow goes idle, the user's input is gathered and the bookmark is resumed.

public sealed class ReadLine : NativeActivity<string>
{
    [RequiredArgument]
    public InArgument<string> BookmarkName { get; set; }

    protected override void Execute(NativeActivityContext context)
    {
        // Create a Bookmark and wait for it to be resumed.
        context.CreateBookmark(BookmarkName.Get(context),
            new BookmarkCallback(OnResumeBookmark));
    }

    // NativeActivity derived activities that do asynchronous operations by calling 
    // one of the CreateBookmark overloads defined on System.Activities.NativeActivityContext 
    // must override the CanInduceIdle property and return true.
    protected override bool CanInduceIdle
    {
        get { return true; }
    }

    public void OnResumeBookmark(NativeActivityContext context, Bookmark bookmark, object obj)
    {
        // When the Bookmark is resumed, assign its value to
        // the Result argument.
        Result.Set(context, (string)obj);
    }
Variable<string> name = new Variable<string>();

Activity wf = new Sequence
{
    Variables = { name },
    Activities =
     {
         new WriteLine
         {
             Text = "What is your name?"
         },
         new ReadLine
         {
             BookmarkName = "UserName",
             Result = new OutArgument<string>(name)

         },
         new WriteLine
         {
             Text = new InArgument<string>((env) => 
                 ("Hello, " + name.Get(env)))
         }
     }
};

// Create a WorkflowApplication instance.
WorkflowApplication wfApp = new WorkflowApplication(wf);

// Workflow lifecycle events omitted except idle.
AutoResetEvent idleEvent = new AutoResetEvent(false);

wfApp.Idle = delegate(WorkflowApplicationIdleEventArgs e)
{
    idleEvent.Set();
};

// Run the workflow.
wfApp.Run();

// Wait for the workflow to go idle before gathering
// the user's input.
idleEvent.WaitOne();

// Gather the user's input and resume the bookmark.
// Bookmark resumption only occurs when the workflow
// is idle. If a call to ResumeBookmark is made and the workflow
// is not idle, ResumeBookmark blocks until the workflow becomes
// idle before resuming the bookmark.
BookmarkResumptionResult result = wfApp.ResumeBookmark("UserName", 
    Console.ReadLine());

// Possible BookmarkResumptionResult values:
// Success, NotFound, or NotReady
Console.WriteLine("BookmarkResumptionResult: {0}", result);

Remarks

The bookmark result indicates whether the resumption operation succeeded or failed.

ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object, TimeSpan) ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object, TimeSpan) ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object, TimeSpan)

Initiates an operation to resume the specified bookmark, using the specified value and time-out interval. The bookmark to be resumed is previously created by an activity within the workflow instance.

public:
 System::Activities::BookmarkResumptionResult ResumeBookmark(System::Activities::Bookmark ^ bookmark, System::Object ^ value, TimeSpan timeout);
public System.Activities.BookmarkResumptionResult ResumeBookmark (System.Activities.Bookmark bookmark, object value, TimeSpan timeout);
member this.ResumeBookmark : System.Activities.Bookmark * obj * TimeSpan -> System.Activities.BookmarkResumptionResult

Parameters

bookmark
Bookmark Bookmark Bookmark Bookmark

The bookmark to resume.

value
Object Object Object Object

An object passed as a parameter to the method that is invoked when the bookmark resumes.

timeout
TimeSpan TimeSpan TimeSpan TimeSpan

The time interval during which the bookmark must be resumed.

Returns

Examples

The following example creates a workflow that uses a ReadLine activity that creates a Bookmark. The workflow is started, and once the Bookmark is created and the workflow goes idle, the user's input is gathered and the bookmark is resumed.

public sealed class ReadLine : NativeActivity<string>
{
    [RequiredArgument]
    public InArgument<string> BookmarkName { get; set; }

    protected override void Execute(NativeActivityContext context)
    {
        // Create a Bookmark and wait for it to be resumed.
        context.CreateBookmark(BookmarkName.Get(context),
            new BookmarkCallback(OnResumeBookmark));
    }

    // NativeActivity derived activities that do asynchronous operations by calling 
    // one of the CreateBookmark overloads defined on System.Activities.NativeActivityContext 
    // must override the CanInduceIdle property and return true.
    protected override bool CanInduceIdle
    {
        get { return true; }
    }

    public void OnResumeBookmark(NativeActivityContext context, Bookmark bookmark, object obj)
    {
        // When the Bookmark is resumed, assign its value to
        // the Result argument.
        Result.Set(context, (string)obj);
    }
Variable<string> name = new Variable<string>();

Activity wf = new Sequence
{
    Variables = { name },
    Activities =
     {
         new WriteLine
         {
             Text = "What is your name?"
         },
         new ReadLine
         {
             BookmarkName = "UserName",
             Result = new OutArgument<string>(name)

         },
         new WriteLine
         {
             Text = new InArgument<string>((env) => 
                 ("Hello, " + name.Get(env)))
         }
     }
};

// Create a WorkflowApplication instance.
WorkflowApplication wfApp = new WorkflowApplication(wf);

// Workflow lifecycle events omitted except idle.
AutoResetEvent idleEvent = new AutoResetEvent(false);

wfApp.Idle = delegate(WorkflowApplicationIdleEventArgs e)
{
    idleEvent.Set();
};

// Run the workflow.
wfApp.Run();

// Wait for the workflow to go idle before gathering
// the user's input.
idleEvent.WaitOne();

// Gather the user's input and resume the bookmark.
BookmarkResumptionResult result = wfApp.ResumeBookmark(new Bookmark("UserName"), 
    Console.ReadLine(), TimeSpan.FromSeconds(15));

// Possible BookmarkResumptionResult values:
// Success, NotFound, or NotReady
Console.WriteLine("BookmarkResumptionResult: {0}", result);

Remarks

The bookmark result indicates whether the resumption operation succeeded or failed.

ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object) ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object) ResumeBookmark(Bookmark, Object)

Initiates an operation to resume the specified bookmark, using the specified value. The bookmark to be resumed is previously created by an activity within the workflow instance.

public:
 System::Activities::BookmarkResumptionResult ResumeBookmark(System::Activities::Bookmark ^ bookmark, System::Object ^ value);
public System.Activities.BookmarkResumptionResult ResumeBookmark (System.Activities.Bookmark bookmark, object value);
member this.ResumeBookmark : System.Activities.Bookmark * obj -> System.Activities.BookmarkResumptionResult

Parameters

bookmark
Bookmark Bookmark Bookmark Bookmark

The bookmark to resume.

value
Object Object Object Object

An object passed as a parameter to the method that is invoked when the bookmark resumes.

Returns

Examples

The following example creates a workflow that uses a ReadLine activity that creates a Bookmark. The workflow is started, and once the Bookmark is created and the workflow goes idle, the user's input is gathered and the bookmark is resumed.

public sealed class ReadLine : NativeActivity<string>
{
    [RequiredArgument]
    public InArgument<string> BookmarkName { get; set; }

    protected override void Execute(NativeActivityContext context)
    {
        // Create a Bookmark and wait for it to be resumed.
        context.CreateBookmark(BookmarkName.Get(context),
            new BookmarkCallback(OnResumeBookmark));
    }

    // NativeActivity derived activities that do asynchronous operations by calling 
    // one of the CreateBookmark overloads defined on System.Activities.NativeActivityContext 
    // must override the CanInduceIdle property and return true.
    protected override bool CanInduceIdle
    {
        get { return true; }
    }

    public void OnResumeBookmark(NativeActivityContext context, Bookmark bookmark, object obj)
    {
        // When the Bookmark is resumed, assign its value to
        // the Result argument.
        Result.Set(context, (string)obj);
    }
Variable<string> name = new Variable<string>();

Activity wf = new Sequence
{
    Variables = { name },
    Activities =
     {
         new WriteLine
         {
             Text = "What is your name?"
         },
         new ReadLine
         {
             BookmarkName = "UserName",
             Result = new OutArgument<string>(name)

         },
         new WriteLine
         {
             Text = new InArgument<string>((env) => 
                 ("Hello, " + name.Get(env)))
         }
     }
};

// Create a WorkflowApplication instance.
WorkflowApplication wfApp = new WorkflowApplication(wf);

// Workflow lifecycle events omitted except idle.
AutoResetEvent idleEvent = new AutoResetEvent(false);

wfApp.Idle = delegate(WorkflowApplicationIdleEventArgs e)
{
    idleEvent.Set();
};

// Run the workflow.
wfApp.Run();

// Wait for the workflow to go idle before gathering
// the user's input.
idleEvent.WaitOne();

// Gather the user's input and resume the bookmark.
BookmarkResumptionResult result = wfApp.ResumeBookmark(new Bookmark("UserName"), 
    Console.ReadLine());

// Possible BookmarkResumptionResult values:
// Success, NotFound, or NotReady
Console.WriteLine("BookmarkResumptionResult: {0}", result);

Remarks

The bookmark result indicates whether the resumption operation succeeded or failed.

ResumeBookmark(String, Object) ResumeBookmark(String, Object) ResumeBookmark(String, Object) ResumeBookmark(String, Object)

Initiates an operation to resume the bookmark with the specified name, using the specified value. The bookmark to be resumed is previously created by an activity within the workflow instance.

public:
 System::Activities::BookmarkResumptionResult ResumeBookmark(System::String ^ bookmarkName, System::Object ^ value);
public System.Activities.BookmarkResumptionResult ResumeBookmark (string bookmarkName, object value);
member this.ResumeBookmark : string * obj -> System.Activities.BookmarkResumptionResult
Public Function ResumeBookmark (bookmarkName As String, value As Object) As BookmarkResumptionResult

Parameters

bookmarkName
String String String String

The name of the bookmark to be resumed.

value
Object Object Object Object

An object passed as a parameter to the method that is invoked when the bookmark resumes.

Returns

Examples

The following example creates a workflow that uses a ReadLine activity that creates a Bookmark. The workflow is started, and once the Bookmark is created and the workflow goes idle, the user's input is gathered and the bookmark is resumed.

public sealed class ReadLine : NativeActivity<string>
{
    [RequiredArgument]
    public InArgument<string> BookmarkName { get; set; }

    protected override void Execute(NativeActivityContext context)
    {
        // Create a Bookmark and wait for it to be resumed.
        context.CreateBookmark(BookmarkName.Get(context),
            new BookmarkCallback(OnResumeBookmark));
    }

    // NativeActivity derived activities that do asynchronous operations by calling 
    // one of the CreateBookmark overloads defined on System.Activities.NativeActivityContext 
    // must override the CanInduceIdle property and return true.
    protected override bool CanInduceIdle
    {
        get { return true; }
    }

    public void OnResumeBookmark(NativeActivityContext context, Bookmark bookmark, object obj)
    {
        // When the Bookmark is resumed, assign its value to
        // the Result argument.
        Result.Set(context, (string)obj);
    }
Variable<string> name = new Variable<string>();

Activity wf = new Sequence
{
    Variables = { name },
    Activities =
     {
         new WriteLine
         {
             Text = "What is your name?"
         },
         new ReadLine
         {
             BookmarkName = "UserName",
             Result = new OutArgument<string>(name)

         },
         new WriteLine
         {
             Text = new InArgument<string>((env) => 
                 ("Hello, " + name.Get(env)))
         }
     }
};

// Create a WorkflowApplication instance.
WorkflowApplication wfApp = new WorkflowApplication(wf);

// Workflow lifecycle events omitted except idle.
AutoResetEvent idleEvent = new AutoResetEvent(false);

wfApp.Idle = delegate(WorkflowApplicationIdleEventArgs e)
{
    idleEvent.Set();
};

// Run the workflow.
wfApp.Run();

// Wait for the workflow to go idle before gathering
// the user's input.
idleEvent.WaitOne();

// Gather the user's input and resume the bookmark.
// Bookmark resumption only occurs when the workflow
// is idle. If a call to ResumeBookmark is made and the workflow
// is not idle, ResumeBookmark blocks until the workflow becomes
// idle before resuming the bookmark.
BookmarkResumptionResult result = wfApp.ResumeBookmark("UserName", 
    Console.ReadLine());

// Possible BookmarkResumptionResult values:
// Success, NotFound, or NotReady
Console.WriteLine("BookmarkResumptionResult: {0}", result);

Remarks

The bookmark result indicates whether the resumption operation succeeded or failed.

Applies to