I have created a WCF Workflow Service Application which contains multiple WCF Workflow Services in it. And some of these services contain multiple Send-Receive activities in a flowchart/sequence.
In the same solution, I have created a Asp.Net Web project in which I have to use these WCF WF Services. In this Web Project, I added the Service Reference of the all the WCF Workflow Services that I have, but however when I try to invoke these WF services,
it gives errors.
I went thru various samples and in every sample there is ServiceHost created which makes available an endpoint, and consuming the service using this endpoint makes everything working. Now my questions are:
1. Is there no way to make WF services work properly in a Web project without creating a WF Service Host??
2. I am also having problems in persisting a workflow. As I mentioned earlier, I have some services which have multiple send-receive activities in it so I need to persist the workflow instance until the complete workflow is complete. Again, I was able to
do this using the Service Host, but how to do it without using a service host?
The problem is I have to host web application (and hence also the WF Services) on my Web hosting (GoDaddy) and on Azure Cloud and in both the cases I cannot create a separate Workflow Console Application that will work
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