Microsoft KB Archive/926503
Article ID: 926503
Article Last Modified on 11/24/2006
- Windows Workflow Foundation
Consider the following scenario. In Microsoft Windows Workflow Foundation, you start to type an expression in the Rule Condition Editor. The Microsoft IntelliSense list appears, and you press the EQUAL SIGN (=) key to select the expression in the IntelliSense list. In this scenario, the selection in the IntelliSense list is not entered in the Conditions box.
This problem occurs because the Rule Condition Editor does not use Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 IntelliSense. Therefore, the IntelliSense settings do not apply to the Rule Condition Editor.
To work around this problem, press ENTER to select the expression in the IntelliSense list.
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.
Steps to reproduce the problem
- In Visual Studio 2005, create a Windows Workflow Foundation project.
Note You must have Visual Studio 2005 Extensions for Windows Workflow Foundation installed.
- Add an activity, and then add an IfElse control in the activity.
- Click the left branch of the IfElse control.
- In the Property dialog box, click Declarative Rule Condition in the Condition list.
- Next to ConditionName, click the ellipsis button (...).
- In the Select Condition dialog box, click New Condition.
- In the Conditions box, type this.Act, and then press the EQUAL SIGN.
When you do this, the this.Activities expression is not displayed in the Conditions box.
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