19. Workflow Hosting and Tracking

Summary

Workflows can be dehydrated to storage and may live for extended periods of time. It is important to monitor the Workflow subsystem to ensure the system is flowing information as it should. In this module, attendees will learn how to persist the state of a workflow and will learn how to restart an aborted Workflow after it has encountered an error condition. Attendees will learn how to configure and host workflows and learn how to use Workflow Tracking to view detailed activity tracking information, including activity events, variables and message data. Attendees will learn how to use Workflow Tracking to view and diagnose the cause for aborted workflows.

Description

Learning Objectives

  1. How to use Workflow Tracking to diagnose a failed Workflow
  2. How to access detailed tracking information for a Workflow like its arguments and messages
  3. Using Workflow Tracking to Restart or Cancel an aborted Workflow
  4. Understand the relationship between persistence points (i.e. Persist Workflow Activity, etc.) and the ability to restart a Workflow
  5. Understanding Availability Groups and how they are used to host Workflow Endpoints
  6. How to configure failover and runtime servers for Workflow Endpoints
  7. How to Deploy and Run a Workflow

Duration

1 hour

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The training is priced from $ 49.00 USD per participant