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There's a sharepoint 2010 site of which I'm administrator. This site has a library with many items and workflows. One of the workflows is behaving wrong. I would like to look at the initialization parameters of this workflow to diagnose the error. Is there a way a can do this without new code being deployed?


EDIT: To clarify, I'm not looking for the workflow current status, I'm looking for the data inserted by the workflow originator at the start of it.

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You can check the workflow status in the workflow status page. To do this follow the instructions in this technet article.

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Thanks for the response but this is not the info I'm looking for... – Maurizio Pozzobon Oct 30 '12 at 10:56

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