Install Workflow Manager on SP2019

An 2018 article that support production in 2019
  1. Plan for your Workflow Manager Server topology. Think about which is “WF Manager” (WFM) and which is “WF Client”. WFM is the service actually handle the workflow. WF client is a service installed on each SharePoint server to communicate with WFM.
    Usually we will install WFM on SharePoint server(s) but you can configure WFM on non-SharePoint server (for better performance I believe). The only limitation is you can only have 1, 3 or 5 WFM topology. 2 and 4 are not supported. (as usual I cannot find official support but MVP said so you better follow)
  2. Download and install Web Platform installer (PI) on each SharePoint server. The PI will download component selected from Microsoft server thru Internet. If your environment have blocked Internet you will need to download them separately.
  3. Login to your planned WFM servers. In the PI, look for “Workflow Manager 1.0 Refresh (CU2)” and install it. Then close and reopen PI, install “Workflow Manager Client 1.0 Cumulative Update 5”.
  4. After install completed, select Workflow Manager Configuration. Follow the wizard to complete the installation. (fig 2) Several workflow related databases and windows services will be deployed by the wizard. (Service Bus Gateway, Service Bus Message Broker, etc)
  5. Open SP2019 Management Shell as administrator, run:
    Register-SPWorkflowService -SPSite “https://yoursharepointsite.com" -WorkflowHostUri https://wfm_hostname:12290
  6. Finally, login to all the remaining SharePoint servers (i.e. WF Clients). In the PI, look for “Workflow Manager Client” (it is cumulative update 4 at the time being) and install it. Then run the same PowerShell:
    Register-SPWorkflowService -SPSite “https://yoursharepointsite.com" -WorkflowHostUri https://wfm_hostname:12290
    Without install SSL in workflow management site, run:
    Register-SPWorkflowService -SPSite “
    https://yoursharepointsite.com" -WorkflowHostUri “http://wfm_hostname:12291” -AllowOAuthHttp
fig2 You can find Workflow Manager Configuration in Windows menu
Check IIS’s “Workflow Management Site” is existing, running and the binding is correct.

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