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SharePoint – Workflow / SharePoint Designer vs. Visual Studio

SharePoint – Workflow / SharePoint Designer vs. Visual Studio

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Folgende Tabelle gibt den Überblick, welche Anforderungen im Bezug auf Workflows in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 oder Office SharePoint Server 2007 mit dem SharePoint Designer zu implementieren sind, und für welche Anforderungen das Visual Studio notwendig ist.


SharePoint Designer

Visual Studio

Supported WF Hosts



Development Model

Wizard based

Graphical Designer

Types of Workflows Supported


Sequential and State

Workflow Type

Markup only; markup file, rules and supporting files are uncompiled

Markup with code behind compiled into an assembly

Code Behind




Built-in and use custom

Built-in, use and develop custom

Forms Technology

Autogenerated, customizable ASP.NET Forms

Design forms in any technology including ASP.NET or InfoPath


Associated automatically with a single list at design time. No other associations possible.

Can be associated with multiple content types, lists, and document libraries


Initiation forms are supported

Initiation forms are supported


Cannot modify workflow using modification forms

Can modify workflows


Supports custom task forms

Supports custom task forms


Automatically deployed to associated list, live changes

Must build package and deploy workflow using SharePoint feature technology


No Debugging

Visual Studio Debugging


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