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It should be something like below: The way it is right now, I don't think the workflow even enters the "then email..." activity. Of course, you would want to place the second condition with an "else" statement, but with MSPaint I thought of keeping it simple.


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Workflows will be copied but you need to make them run manually. This article will help you to understand what site template contains. SharePoint 2010 “Save as template” (what is saved, what is not saved)


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It is not an issue if you do not have workflow manager installed on the machine where you have restored the backup. There are basically two type of designer workflows. Reusable workflows. list workflows Sometimes list workflows will not work after restoring the database to new environment as they may be detached from the list. In this kind of case, ...


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I had the same problem and I've found a solution. It's a tricky one, but it works. You can do that with Designer in your workflow. What you have to do is: Test if a field of your element of list A is different than the same field of the element of list B (e.g Title field - maybe it doesn't exist yet, that's why it's tricky), Do your stuff if it's true, if ...


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I found the answer here: http://www.networksteve.com/enterprise/topic.php/How_to_fix_this_Designer_Workflow_error/?TopicId=91458&Posts=3 In short there was a "hidden" else if condition from a previous attempt and you have to hover over each section in the wf and delete anything that's empty. Not at all obvious and not the best of designs, but pretty ...


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Write If condition in workflow Remember to edit WF Settings and check Start WF when an item is added or Changed according to the requirement If Priority is equal to High, Pause for duration, Send email If Priority is Low, Pause for duration, Send email


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No, it will not bring the workflows along with it. this is an extract from a nice Blog Site export/import is almost useless for custom solutions that contain custom workflows, event receivers, custom web, and item properties, custom event receivers, version history etc. It has problems even if it’s used for simple sites that use only SharePoint out ...


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You can definitely create reminders with a 2013WF. Should be a conditional loop: Loop while CurrentItem:Outcome not equals Completed >>> Email [USER] >>> then Pause for [Timeframe] HOWEVER!!!! This only works for items created manually in the task list. If you're trying to set a reminder on a task that was created by a WF on a different list (VERY ...


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Use the AND operator to join the filters https://mydomain.sharepoint.com/mysite/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle('MyList')/items?$filter=Column1 eq 1 AND Column2 eq 2 AND Column3 eq 3


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In order to Get the SharePoint 2013 workflows Option in Designer, You have to Install and Configure. Installation of Workflow Manager 1.0 Configuration of Workflow Manager Install the Workflow Clients on the All server in the farm( if wfm not install on them) Register workflow Proxy with SharePoint Server. To publish the Workflow you have to provision ...


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You could use SharePoint Designer (SPD) to Create a Workflow that could copy the Check In Comments into another field whenever a document is created or updated. You would need to create a new field in the document library eg. "All Check In Comments" Then go to SPD create a new List workflow for the document library. Create a workflow variable (Set ...


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This is the kind of limitation of export / import process: A major drawback of this operation is that it does not preserves workflows instances, associations, history and tasks. Every workflow association must be recreated and there is no way to restore the running instances from original ...


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A possible way of doing this would be: Within your workflow create a local variable called "PauseUntilDate", and get its value as PauseUntilDate = Hire Date - 7 days Next write a pause until statement to make the workflow wait until "PauseUntilDate" If the "PauseUntilDate" is yet to come, the workflow will begin execution on the designated date. If the ...


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Nope I don't believe so. If you have a set of actions that may repeat, you will basically have to add them each time after your condition. Yes this will cause a bit of 'duplicate code' but the workflows are more for non programmers so they set it up to be ran in order from step 1 to step 2 to step 3, etc. You could, however write the ...



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