EDIT: I realized the weekend was going to be long unless I tried something, so I went ahead and uninstalled Workflow Engine server. Now notifications work consistently without throwing errors. Can anyone speak to how I even know Task Manager is working, though?
We had a trial of Workflow Manager a while back, and it expired. Now we have a trial of Task Manager (just started today).
I went and made a notification the same as I had in Workflow Manager. Saves fine. I trigger the event (a new document in a test cabinet), and I get no notification. I check the logs for on the server Workflow Engine and it says:
"Workflow engine license is missing or expired for organization with guid <guid>"
Of course it is. So, I forcibly stop the Workflow Engine service, try again, and I get my notification. In other words, DocuWare still thinks Workflow Manager is calling the shots on notification, but it can't perform them because our license is expired.
How can I put Task Manager in charge to test it out? Do I just need to uninstall Workflow Engine Server entirely? Will that do the trick? Once done, how can I tell if I have Task Manager capability? Will the interface look different (it doesn't so far). Even with Workflow Engine Server stopped, I don't see a "Tasks" tab or anything in the web client. How does one know Task Manager is available, and where does one do stuff beyond setting up notifications? (Or is that all Task Manager does -- maybe we do need Workflow Manager...)
Any help would be appreciated... We have 30 days on this Task Manager trial, but I think we can figure out if it meets our needs way sooner if I can just get it working correctly...