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Dynamically generated process flow c# winforms or asp.net.  500 points

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Hi

I need to build an app that runs a few calc modules.  
Each module does not need to be run every time and the order can also change.  
I wanted to build a gui where each process module has its own image listed down the left. Then the user can drag the process(es) they want to run and order them with some flow arrows. Then run them all in the order specified.  If that process runs ok then goes green if not goes red (or something?), stops, thans shows the error.  
Similar to the was SSIS runs i suppose.  I need to build it in C#, preferable windows app but could be asp.net.

Has anyone got any ideas / samples of how this can be done?

I hope my explanation makes sense!  Thanks in advance!
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Lord_Death earned 500 total points
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You Can use WPF Diagram Designer with WorkFlow managment too for your Windows app,
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/WPF/WPFDiagramDesigner_Part3.aspx

and you can use SilveLight for your ASP.net.

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Hi, Thanks.  This looks like  agreat start!  I'm not too familiar with WPF but will investigate further.
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