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NUnit, WF and email


I have a Sequential Workflow running in my application at a regular

I have a set of NUnit tests that can validate the outcome of the above

I would like to add one more activity at the end of the workflow that
will run the NUnit tests and email the results in the case of failure.

Jun 27 '08 #1
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