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Learn about the new tools for remotely debugging workflows in Visual Studio 2013.
In Office Developer Tools for Visual Studio 2012, we enabled remote event debugging using Windows Azure Service Bus.
Now, in Visual Studio 2013, we have implemented a similar approach for remotely debugging workflows in apps for SharePoint.
The new and re-worded debugging options are available on the SharePoint tab under the Properties page of your app for SharePoint project, as shown in Figure 1.
To debug workflows on Office 365, select the “Enable Workflow debugging” and “Enable debugging via Windows Azure Service Bus” check boxes and enter the Service Bus endpoint connection string. If you try to debug without providing a connection string, you will be prompted to supply one.
As mentioned in the previous blog post, you’ll need to follow these steps to use the Windows Azure Service Bus for debugging remote events:
After you have enabled remote event debugging and configured the Service Bus connection string, you can debug remote events.