This article covers the final step in the process of setting up SharePoint 2013 for the new workflow platform for SharePoint 2013 workflows. This is where SharePoint is connected to Workflow Manager services.
This post assumes you have already installed the Workflow Manager product and configured the Workflow Manager and Service Bus farms using either the Configuration Wizard or through PowerShell. Here, we shall go ahead and set SharePoint up to use the Workflow farm. Based on whether SharePoint is collocated with the Workflow Manager and whether communication between SharePoint and Workflow Manager over HTTP is allowed, the steps through which this configuration is performed are different and are documented here. For the configuration in this instance we are using SharePoint on the same farm as Workflow Manager and communication over HTTP is allowed.
Configuration on SharePoint is about creating a service application proxy for workflow that has…
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