AppFabric SQL Workflow Instance Store Connection Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.ApplicationServer.PersistenceStoreConnection
  • Description:  This class represents a connection between the Workflow Management Service and a SQL Workflow instance database.
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Object
    Configuration Item
    Logical Entity
    Local Application
    AppFabric SQL Database Connection
    AppFabric SQL Workflow Instance Store Connection

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
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This event indicates that the Workflow Management Service failed to retrieve a command from the queue (exception). The service will retry periodically. If the monitor doesn’t see the event for 10 minutes it assumes the problem has been fixed and resets the monitor. This event indicates that the Workflow Management Service executed a command, but failed to remove it from the queue (exception). The service will retry periodically. If the monitor doesn’t see the event for 10 minutes it assumes the problem has been fixed and resets the monitor. This event indicates that a SQL Instance store control provider object failed to initialize. A control provider is required in order to execute workflow instance commands via the Workflow Management Service.  This error indicates that the storeControlProvider attribute in the <Microsoft.ApplicationServer> element is missing or empty.  You will find this configuration in the machine's root web.config file. This event indicates that a SQL Instance store object failed to initialize Instance store specifies an unknown instance store provider. This event indicates that a Workflow Management Service has been configured to use a SQLInstanceStore, but the store’s definition could not be found in an IIS web.config file. This event indicates that an instance store provider has been specified in an IIS web.config file, but no providerName was specified. This event indicates that an instance store provider threw an exception and the Workflow Management Service will initialize a new instance of the provider. This event indicates that an instance store returned an 'Operation Cancelled' exception This event indicates that the Workflow Management Service failed to execute an instance command. This event indicates that a particular web site or application does not have the net.pipe protocol enabled. This protocol is required for the Workflow Management to communicate with service hosts. This event indicates that the WMS is not able to activate any service hosts for instances stored in the specified instance store. This monitor uses SCOM’s built in support for NT service monitoring to make sure the Workflow Management Service is running. This event indicates that the Workflow Management Service failed to activate a service host because the Service Management Endpoint was not available. This event indicates that the Workflow Management Service failed to activate a service host because the Service Management Endpoint threw an exception. This event indicates that an unexpected unhandled exception has occurred in the Workflow Management Service.  You will need to examine the details in the event to see what went wrong. This event indicates that the Workflow Management Service was unable to read a particular web.config file. This event indicates that a blank value was passed as the “-name” argument to the Workflow Management Service when it started. This will prevent the service from starting. This event indicates that an instance store was specified in the <Microsoft.ApplicationServer> configuration section, but the “name” attribute did not resolve correctly. This event indicates that an instance store was specified in the <Microsoft.ApplicationServer> configuration section, but the “location” attribute did not resolve to a valid web.config location. This event indicates that no stores are defined in any web.config on the machine. This means that the Workflow Management Service is running, but is not doing any work. This event indicates that an unknown startup argument has been passed to the WMS. This event indicates that a named WMS instance’s configuration could not be loaded. This configuration should exist in the machine’s root IIS web.config file’s <Microsoft.ApplicationServer> section. This event indicates that the WMS configuration could not be loaded. This configuration should exist in the machine’s root IIS web.config file’s <Microsoft.ApplicationServer> section. This class represents a connection between the Workflow Management Service and a SQL Workflow instance database. This class represents a Windows NT Service that AppFabric installs. This service is responsible providing failover and instance control capabilities to the Workflow Services being managed by AppFabric.

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Properties

Display Name Description
Asset Status Asset status
Connection String Hash (Key)  
Connection String Name  
Display Name Display name of the object.
Location (Key)  
Notes Notes
Object Status Object status
Provider  
Store Name (Key)  

Discovered By

Name Description
AppFabric SQL Instance Store Discovery This discovery discovers connections to SQL Workflow instance databases that are currently in use by AppFabric managed applications on the machine. This is achieved by reading application configuration files.

Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
SQL Instance Store Connections Reference SQL Instance Stores AppFabric SQL Workflow Instance Store Connection Reference
Owned By User Configuration Item Reference
Affects Customers Configuration Item Reference
Serviced By User Configuration Item Reference
Contains Configuration Item Configuration Item Membership
Is Related to Configuration Item Configuration Item Reference
Config Item References Location Configuration Item Reference
Entity Watched By Perspective Object Reference

Health Target
NameClassType
SQL Instance Stores Contain SQL Instance Store Connections AppFabric SQL Workflow Instance Store Connection Membership
Workflow Management Services Host SQL Instance Store Connections AppFabric SQL Workflow Instance Store Connection Hosting

Class Knowledgebase

Summary

This class represents a connection between the Workflow Management Service and a SQL Workflow instance database.

External References
This class does not contain any external references.

See Also for Windows Server AppFabric Management Pack


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