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It is advisable to create a reusable workflow from designer, if you want to move to another site. If you have created list workflow, here is good article that demonstrates step by step guidelines to move SP designer list workflow from one site to another site. ...


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Yes, you can. In the workflow, whenever you create the Candidate list item, you can kick off a workflow that uses the Candidate info, and the Position field in the Candidate list to then create an Application list item. Your logic should look similar to this: Create item in "Applications" (list) Field: Candidate = Value:CurrentItem:Candidate Field: ...


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A list workflow can be associated to list type. We can set workflow to run Manual On Create On Update A workflow once activated gets executed on top of a list item. So if the workflow is set to run on item create, then the worflow will get executed for each new item. There is nothing like only a single instance for all list items (Even logically it ...


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The SPServices library offers a way to dynamically get a workflow GUID based on the name of the workflow. If this will work for you, you can write up a quick script that passes the name to SPServices, gets the workflow GUID, then passes the GUID along in a variable. I use something very similar to find & start a workflow on a specific item. The script ...



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