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    Carl in 't Veld
    @cveld
    @cgillum I also asked some additional questions over here: https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/azure-docs/issues/16504#issuecomment-428277123
    Andrea Tosato
    @andreatosato
    Hi, are there any sample for DurableTask.Emulator?
    MedAnd
    @MedAnd
    Could anyone shed some light on when this feature will be merged: Azure/durabletask#218 thx...
    Andrea Tosato
    @andreatosato
    Hi all,
    My task hub name, in local development, is the default.
    I try:
    {
      "durableTask": {
        "HubName": "MyTaskHub"
      }
    }
    This JSON is in host.json according Microsoft docs. But not work for me.
    Andrea Tosato
    @andreatosato
    Sorry, I resolved with:
    {
      "version": "2.0",
      "extensions": {
        "durableTask": {
          "HubName": "MyTaskHub"
        }
      }
    }
    Elan Hasson
    @ElanHasson
    Are there any docs on creating providers?
    Elan Hasson
    @ElanHasson
    ahh, DurableTask.Emulator
    georgestevens99
    @georgestevens99
    Hello,
    Is there any information on what is involved in running the Durable Task Framework in a Service Fabric Stateless service? More specifically to have DTF Activities use the SF Remoting system to communicate with other services running in other SF Stateless services. Essentially the DTF will end up orchestrating a bunch of calls to SF Stateless services via Activities. PS I am assessing the capabilities and limitations of DTF and I find it really meets most of my criteria. Now, if I can only run it in SF! Thanks George.
    Chris Gillum
    @cgillum
    @georgestevens99 There isn't full support for Service Fabric yet. You can find initial support, including (I think) a readme with instructions in this PR: Azure/durabletask#210
    georgestevens99
    @georgestevens99
    Chris, Thanks! Just what I wanted.
    georgestevens99
    @georgestevens99
    Hello, Running the "my first Durable Functions" sample (London, etc) on my desk top left 2 tables in the local storage emulator that are highly useful. They are named DurableFunctionsHubHistory and DurableFunctionsHubInstances. I have figured out these are produced by code that runs in Durable Functions outside the view of a specific function, i.e. in the runtime. Can you direct me to the code that does the queries to produce these useful tables so that I can use it in standalone services directly using the Durable Task Framework? Or perhaps the framework already has this code and I am not seeing it. Thanks! George
    georgestevens99
    @georgestevens99
    There are a few very useful TaskHubClient methods that are supported in Azure Durable Functions (according to the documentation) but not supported in the Durable Task Framework downloaded from Git. Of special import are Rewind (in preview in Durable Functions) and also GetStatusAsync() with no args or a cancellation token. Is there any way to surface these (especially rewind) in Durable Task Framework as they are in Durable Functions? Is this on your roadmap? Rewind is of major importance. Thanks. George
    maulik-modi
    @maulik-modi
    Is Microsoft going to port future enhancements to open source Durable task framework?
    Elan Hasson
    @ElanHasson
    Hi
    I'm getting 'Orchestrator function 'ProductService_Create' failed: Unexpected character encountered while parsing value: {. Path '', line 1, position 1.'
    I debugged it and got valid json
    {"Entity":{"Brand":"Dawn","Name":"Dawn Dish Soap","Upc":"1234567890","UnitOfMeasure":null,"Size":0.0,"Id":"00e75005-29fe-4d78-a6c1-be05ae4739a1"},"Status":1}
    It's failing to deserialize the result type.
    It is a Generic type.
       at Newtonsoft.Json.JsonTextReader.ReadStringValue(ReadType readType)
       at Newtonsoft.Json.JsonTextReader.ReadAsString()
       at Newtonsoft.Json.JsonReader.ReadForType(JsonContract contract, Boolean hasConverter)
       at Newtonsoft.Json.Serialization.JsonSerializerInternalReader.Deserialize(JsonReader reader, Type objectType, Boolean checkAdditionalContent)
       at Newtonsoft.Json.JsonSerializer.DeserializeInternal(JsonReader reader, Type objectType)
       at DurableTask.Core.Serializing.JsonDataConverter.Deserialize(String data, Type objectType) in C:\source\durabletask\src\DurableTask.Core\Serializing\JsonDataConverter.cs:line 97
       at DurableTask.Core.TaskOrchestrationContext.<ScheduleTaskInternal>d__17.MoveNext() in C:\source\durabletask\src\DurableTask.Core\TaskOrchestrationContext.cs:line 104
       at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw()
       at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.ThrowForNonSuccess(Task task)
       at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.HandleNonSuccessAndDebuggerNotification(Task task)
       at DurableTask.Core.TaskOrchestrationContext.<ScheduleTaskToWorker>d__16`1.MoveNext() in C:\source\durabletask\src\DurableTask.Core\TaskOrchestrationContext.cs:line 78
       at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw()
       at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.ThrowForNonSuccess(Task task)
       at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.HandleNonSuccessAndDebuggerNotification(Task task)
       at DurableTask.Core.TaskOrchestrationContext.<ScheduleTask>d__15`1.MoveNext() in C:\source\durabletask\src\DurableTask.Core\TaskOrchestrationContext.cs:line 73
       at System.Runtime.ExceptionServices.ExceptionDispatchInfo.Throw()
       at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.TaskAwaiter.ThrowForNonSuccess(Task task)
       at DurableTask.Core.RetryInterceptor`1.<Invoke>d__4.MoveNext() in C:\source\durabletask\src\DurableTask.Core\RetryInterceptor.cs:line 79
    I have removed the generic type from the function, the output is now {"Status":1}
    Elan Hasson
    @ElanHasson
    Still get the same parser exception.
    Elan Hasson
    @ElanHasson
    hah
    CallActivityWithRetryAsync<string> when my function returned object
    Matthijs ter Woord
    @mterwoord
    Hi Everybody. Is there any getting-started documentation for the DTF?
    loneshark99
    @loneshark99
    where can I find documentation on durable task, how it works internally, different components etc?
    loneshark99
    @loneshark99
    got it
    Ved Garbha
    @vedg
    Hi guys, For some reason the tasks are getting picked after 30 min while execution by dtf, what could be some pointers where i need to investigate and also observing that orchestration stop log is getting printed twice
    t-l-k
    @t-l-k
    Howdy
    xTeKillax
    @xTeKillax
    Hello,
    I have a small question about DTF, im unable to use DI by passing something in the constructor of my TaskActivity or TaskOrchestration, it just don't get called.
    It seem's I get a "System.MissingMethodException". Is there a resolver to set or something ?
    Im running DTF in a .NET Core 3 service worker and im using Autofac.
    Tavi Truman
    @TaviTruman
    Hello eveyone!
    I'm just getting started with Durable Task - it looks like a very exciting technology
    Tavi Truman
    @TaviTruman
    Wow -
    Wow - there's very little activity here; is there another place where folks that use DurableTask gather?
    VIHARRI P L V
    @viharri
    Hello, Is there any other forum where discussions about DurableTask are being discussed?
    Programmer
    @ahmedsaber963
    Hello, is MS-SQL provider officially supported or still left for developers to implement themselves when required?
    Matthijs ter Woord
    @mterwoord
    Is there any good documentation site on this project? (I also mean conceptually)
    Elan Hasson
    @ElanHasson
    Best place is to look at Durable Functions repo
    Matthijs ter Woord
    @mterwoord
    Thanks!
    Richard Ekeopara
    @Riccardoquant_twitter
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    Dear All,
    Been struggling with this for a few days now.
    All I want to do is run an Azure Durable Function out of the box.
    I have been having problems and I thought maybe issue was to do with VS 2019 version (16.5.x)
    So, I have just upgraded to 16.7 but still, the same issue persists.
    I have checked the emulator status and it's running fine.
    Any help will be appreciated.
    Richard Ekeopara
    @Riccardoquant_twitter
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    Then, found something online and added a new setting in the local.settigs.json file i.e. "AzureWebJobsSecretStorageType" : "Files"
    This appeared to resolve my earlier error but produced a new one.
    The listener for function 'xyz' was unable to start.
    Richard Ekeopara
    @Riccardoquant_twitter
    Just found the solution to my problem which I posted above.
    I read somewhere on an online forum that it was probably best to create an Azure storage account, which I did.
    And it worked 😎
    So it looks like something was not right with my local storage setup/installation, although it's hard to tell what the issue is right now.
    cackharot
    @cackharot
    Hi, When using DurableTask.AzureStorage as storage provider, every call to create orchestration or get orchestrate state is very very slow, enabling Azure App Insights revels that there were may 409 calls and retries which leads to increased latency sometimes > 20 sec for every call.
    Am I missing any settings or the my storage account is setup incorrectly?
    Azure Storage Version: 1.8.1, Core: 2.4.1
    cackharot
    @cackharot
    NVM, found out that I registered using transient, after changing to Singleton, the query are working with expected latencies...