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Workflow Service not calling workflow in another project

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 01, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
I have a windows workflow service 4.0 that calls a workflow located in another project (i.e. another assembly). I have created a project reference in my workflow service project to the workflow in the other assembly. I have set a breakpoint in the workflow service receive activity and this breakpoint is hit. Next I step into the next activity which is an activity located in another project and the debugger does not work. Also the other workflow is sending an email.  It appears that the other workflow is not being called because I never receive an email from the workflow in the other project.   Any help is greatly appreciated.

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