Here are the steps:
Make sure Workflow Manager 1.0 for SharePoint 2013 server is
installed and configured properly. If workflow manager 1.0 not installed follow
Download and install the workflow individual components from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35375
2. Verify that all the following services are
running: (To check service status, Press Windows key+R and
- Workflow Manager Backend
- Windows Fabric Host Service
- Service Bus Gateway
3. Open "Sharepoint 2013 Management Shell"
and run following command:
WorkflowServiceStore -Url $yourUrl
replace $yourUrl with your site collection
In my case, I was getting message the feature
was already activated at that site.
4. Open IIS, Verify "Workflow Management
Site" is working fine.
can determine which ports SharePoint Server 2013 and Workflow Manager are using
for both HTTP and HTTPS by using IIS Manager as shown in the figure.
5. You need register the workflow service with an existing site
collection by using the following Register-SPWorkflowService cmdlet. Execute it
in the SharePoint 2013 Management Shell. Please ensure you use the following
-SPSite "http://svr7007/" -WorkflowHostUri "https://svr7007:12290?
Change port number if you want use HTTP(12291) or HTTPS(12290) to
communicate between Workflow Manager and SharePoint Server 2013.
6. Finally, open SharePoint Designer 2013 and check you can
create SharePoint 2013 workflows