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I created multiple InfoPath forms for different types of calendar requests (out of office, vacation, holidays, etc). I then have a calendar that all the requests copy to, which I created from a SharePoint designer workflow that creates an item on the calendar when someone submits one of the InfoPath forms.

My question is how can I create a workflow to update that request on the calendar if someone were to either update their form, or delete it completely?

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Have you considered using a "Wait for a change" activity to monitor for any change, e.g. Modified is usually enough, and use it to update whatever data needed?

It shall be more tricky for Deletions however.

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No, I've never used Wait for change before. But that does make perfect sense. If I choose "Modified" for the first field, how would I end that activity? It doesn't make sense to put "is equal" to something. Can you show an example? I've seen before, and tested, a way to delete from the calendar once the form has been deleted. However I accidentally deleted that test workflow. Now I cannot find the forum that I found the directions. So hoping someone can help me! –  Monique May 3 '13 at 21:47
    
You could use Modified, or your an actual field. Compare with current date - sharepointresourcecenter.com/… –  C. Marius - MVP May 5 '13 at 20:41
    
I'm just now able to get back to this project, it was on-hold for awhile. I used the SPD action as you described it, which is now shows "Wait for Modified to equal Today" and then I added the action "Update item" and chose the calendar item to update. I am still doing something wrong though, as it is not updating on the calendar. I chose the same fields in the list to be updated (Title, Start date, End date, etc). Any idea on what I may be doing wrong? Thanks for your help! –  Monique Jun 26 '13 at 16:21

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