The Server Extensions Configurator is a tool that lets you define all the properties for a Workflow Server. You can find it by clicking Start > Programs > Symantec > Workflow Designer > Tools > Server Extensions Configurator.
Restart Server Extensions after making any changes.
Table: Options in the Server Extensions Configurator page
Server Extensions Port Number
The default remoting port that Workflow Server uses to communicate with Server Extensions in order to publish new projects. The default port is 11434.
Enable WAS Management Service
Provides support for deployment and Workflow Enterprise Management. This is enabled by default.
Run Message Server
Sets whether the default exchange server included with Workflow is run. Always leave this turned on unless you have a specific reason for turning it off.
Run Deployment Server
Sets whether this Workflow Server computer can accept projects. If this setting is turned off, this Workflow Server computer does not accept any projects from any Workflow Designer computers.
Settings for how this Workflow Server computer manages published projects. Click the ... symbol, to configure the settings.
The following list describes each setting
Physical Root Directory
The physical directory on this Workflow Server computer where you want to store published projects. In this directory there are Debug and Release folders to store different workflow versions.
The default base URL that Server Extensions uses to configure projects being deployed to this Workflow Server computer. Change this setting to create a different base URL, perhaps one that is externally accessible.
This property should almost always be changed on a production server.
IIS Root Path
The file path that lets Workflow Server create Virtual Directories under a specific Web Site in IIS. Default IIS installations have a Web Site called Default Web Site. If you have another Web Site that you want use instead, change this property.
The easiest way to find your Web Site's ID is to open the IIS control panel, choose Properties on the Web Site, and look at the path to your log files.
Create App Name
The executable that is used to create new virtual directories under your Web server for your projects. CreateVirDirectory is the utility provided by Workflow Server to use with IIS.
Temp App Prefix
The prefix used to indicate which projects are published to the server on a temporary basis. This is mostly used for testing.
Ds File Name
The name of the file used to store information about temporary publishing so the temporary projects can be cleaned up later. This is not often used in production computers.
Remove Deploy Directory Itself
Sets whether the original publishing directory is deleted when you publish a project again. Publishing again deletes the contents of the original publishing folder and puts the new files in its place.
Run Licensing Server
Sets whether this Server Extensions runs a licensing server. Leave this setting turned on if you want licensing to be enabled.
Run Proxy Server
Proxy server refers to Divo projects, which are not available in Workflow.
Click the ... symbol, to configure the proxy server.
The proxy server URL.
The IP Address of the proxy server.
Applications that persist on the proxy server. Click Add to add applications.
Phone Number To Call
The phone number to the proxy server that gives developers access to their Divo applications.
Port Lower Bound
The lower boundary of a range of ports that the proxy server can use to dynamically allocate services to a speech application. Make sure that there are no ports in use on your server between the upper and lower bound.
Port Upper Bound
The upper boundary of a range of ports that the proxy server can use to dynamically allocate services to a speech application. Make sure that there are no ports in use on your server between the upper and lower bound.
Settings for automatically invoking local webservices.
The following list describes each setting:
Run Web Services
Sets whether local Webservices are automatically invoked.
Polling Service List Interval Minutes
The number of minutes Server Extensions waits before polling the Webservice list.
The number of minutes Server Extensions waits before polling the Webservice.
The number of seconds delaying the automatic invocation of local Webservices.
Number of Retries
The number of times Server Extensions tries to automatically invoke local Webservices.
Manual Setup Info
The manual setup info property controls the Workflow Job Server. The Job Server is one of the most basic elements of Workflow. It checks published processes for pending actions (such as task creation, escalations, or timeouts). It discovers Webservices of published workflows, and it can also make calls to configured Webservices outside of workflow.
Run Web Services
Turns the Job Server on or off.
Defined URLs To Invoke
The URLs for Webservices that you want to invoke. The method name is the name of a method you want to run on your Webservice. For a workflow project, the method name refers to an invocable secondary model in your project. Select Auto Scheduled for only Auto Start projects. A Webservice set to Auto Schedule always runs the auto invoke method.
Second Between Service Invokes
The number of second between each Job Service check.
If necessary, specify the credentials needed to invoke a Webservice.
The Username and Password for the HTTP authentication of this Workflow Server.