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|hello , i want to know does warewolf could be used as a workflow engine for a microservice application.|
like document request , email sending,
i want to connect wareworlf with other services via rabbitmq
and thank you
Warewolf is a workflow engine that has the ability to interface with RabbitMQ. It has the ability to send emails using SMTP and MS Exchange. Warewolf has many more capabilities which are easily utilized via the set of already available tools. The tools are dropped on the workflow design surface and ready to execute according to the details provided to them.
The simplified tools are simple to use and yet very powerful in functionality. This results in your business processes being highly visible, easily understood, and able to be changed on the fly when/if required.
Another great feature is that each workflow becomes a REST API which allows rapid deployment with security already part of the implementation.
I hope this answers your question. Please go check out or Azure or AWS offerings at Get Warewolf
what are the limits of warewolf?
can I build an API with it that runs an ecom store?
Warewolf provides restful services and can orchestrate the communications between 3rd party services that are easy to develop and maintain by any developer.
It can be exposed as a service bus to serve front end web services.
Using Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word, I need some guidance. What I want to do is:
- Create the application;
- Add a document;
- Add a paragraph with text;
- Save and exit.
So far I have managed to crash Studio five or ten times in my efforts.
I would like to share how I got Warewolf to compile and run with Visual Studio 2019. I don't claim this is a best practice, it just worked.
- I compiled the Server.sln solution as suggested. Once I had the dependencies restored, it compiled without error, although not without warnings.
- I then tried to compile Studio.sln, which made it almost all the way through, but failed in the Tests section due to a dependency on TestBase.dll. I did not clean the Studio.sln solution.
- I compiled AcceptanceTesting.sln, which provided the missing dll.
- I then rebuilt Studio.sln, which now compiled without error.
- I did a test run (not as suggested by the instructions online) by starting \Dev\Dev2.Server\bin\Debug\Warewolf Server.exe from the command line. It threw a System.IO.FileLoadException. On further investigation, it appears there is a dependency on IronPython 2.5.0, which I did not have installed. I installed this version of IronPython from a downloaded .msi, and recompiled the server. It now started without error.
- I was then able to start Studio by running \Dev\Dev2.Studio\bin\Debug\Warewolf Studio.exe from the command line.
- As everything appeared to work, I then compiled Web.sln. The npm installation took a very long time, but it installed.
- After restarting Server and Studio, everything still works.
Notes and questions:
1) All the solutions I compiled reference VS 2019 (i.e. 16.0). Others reference VS 2019 (i.e. 15.0).
2) Although I have VS 2017 installed side-by-side, I have not attempted to install the solutions that reference that version of VS. My questions are - do I need these other solutions? Can I compile Release.sln without them?
Hello, we want use integrations platforms for several service and when it selected stopped on the your soft.
Can I ask some questions?
Your service with open source?
We can using this soft free?
Is this service have good documentations (full documentations, have examples, others resource which help our in work integrations).
Have you service support?
Is service support free? If no, when, how much is cost?
How many agents integrations have for platformes (adapters, connectors), example service: sharepoint, slack, onedrive, google drive, trello etc?
How is a programming language used in the platform?
Please give answer on the my questions, thanks in advance =)
You can use the open source version which you compile yourself from GitHub, for free. The GitHub version only has community level support, found here.
If you use the version that is already installed on a VM (Azure and AWS) then you will pay according to how many cores are used plus other VM costs which can be found at each site. This cost includes support.
The links to the above can be found here: https://warewolf.io/get-warewolf.php
All documentation can be found at
Warewolf is a low-code platform, so no programming languages are used inside the platform.
Hope this helps with your investigation!
We have three instances now. Two on developer server, one free compiled and one 30day DEVELOPER edition, developers install it, they try the compilation version there and so on. And one instance on my playground server where I tried to check it from infrastructure perspective, this is also 30day DEVELOPER edition.
On the developer server (two instances, call it server one) installed by one colleague, he has NO problem to connect to both instances with Warewolf studio there. And I have NO problem to connect to one instance which I installed on my server (call it server two). But I cannot connect with my account to warewolf on the server one, and another user has problem to connect to my instance on server two.
The problem is with authorization, but for example I am local admin, I am member of Warewolf Administrators group (and vice versa on second server) but in Warewolf Studio.log there is still error (full log is attached):
System.AggregateException: One or more errors occurred. ---> Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Client.HttpClientException: StatusCode: 401, ReasonPhrase: 'Unauthorized', Version: 1.1, Content: System.Net.Http.StreamContent, Headers:
I have no idea what authorization I am missing and what more I have to set.
Thanks for your help
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