Provides the ability to create generic C# (and potentially other managed .NET) code implemented as an extension to SharePoint Designer.
The project comes about in response to a specific problem: out of the box, SPD provides very basic and limited string manipulation functions. A particular project required a String.Replace() function and that is simply unavailable in SPD.
This project provides both a set of pre-built functions as well as providing a method for developer end users to easily implement and use their own extensions when creating SPD workflows.
- Provide a full set of string manipulation functions (e.g. ToLower, ToUpper, SubString, Index, etc).
- Enable programmers to create their own .dll's and following interface rules, easily execute their code from SPD.
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