arnold park

When i choose asp.net or web serivice as hosting process ,

a ManualWorkflowSchedulerService has to be added as a workflowRuntime service.

But, if i choose wcf (wshttpbinding + IIS) as a host process, do i have to

add ManualWorkflowSchedulerService too



Re: Windows Workflow Foundation WCF + WF

Tom Lake - MSFT

If you are using Visual Studio 2008 (codename Orcas) and the WorkflowServiceHost the answer is no.






Re: Windows Workflow Foundation WCF + WF

arnold park

What if i'm using vs.net 2005 and WCF hosted in IIS 6.0

Do i have to use ManualScheduler service





Re: Windows Workflow Foundation WCF + WF

Tom Lake - MSFT

Yes and you would need to call RunWorkflow passing the instance id after each event is raised so that the workflow's work can be handled on the borrowed thread.






Re: Windows Workflow Foundation WCF + WF

PV17

And what would be suggested approach if:

- VS2005 (.NET 3.0)

- WCF hosted inside Windows Service

- MSMQ binding

Thanks in advance.

P.





Re: Windows Workflow Foundation WCF + WF

Tom Lake - MSFT

With a Windows Service you don't need to use the ManualWorkflowSchedulerService since there aren't the thread restrictions that there are with IIS.