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Persisting workflows on Azure?

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :JQuery
 

I'm now getting into WF4 and trying to use it to manage some daily tasks that have a very clearly defined structure. For example, handling generic software development which looks like this in its simplified form:

  1. Create specs
  2. Assign task to developer
  3. Developer writes code
  4. Manager reviews code
  5. If all good, end task. If not, create list of items to handle and go back to step 3.

From what I understand, this is a long running workflow which needs to be persisted somewhere and get picked up when user interaction occurs.

I also want to host this on Azure. I've read some posts that there are some issues with persisting workflows on SQL Azure due to some commands not being supported. What then are my options for hosting my WF service on Azure?


Thanks, Sam



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