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You can use 3-rd party ready-to-use custom SharePoint Workflows to achive your goals. It has also 10 free workflows 2013 that will help you to implement your task.


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You can do this via Powershell. Since the previous workflow versions get a different name on replacement, you could check against the name (you could also check against the creation date, of course). For example $listName = "ABC" $workflowName = "ABC-WF" $site = Get-SPSite("http://myspsite") $web = $site.OpenWeb() $list = $web.Lists.TryGetList($listName) ...


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A co-worker ran across this issue, and I found the resolution to it on another site. It boils down to this: "To resolve this issue we need to pass Accept and Content-Type as application/json;odata=verbose to both the response headers and request headers. This way we will get JSON response." For a full explanation and walk-through, please see Prasad ...


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I just had this same issue and figured out what was causing it in my case. I had a list that triggered a workflow to create a folder in a document library based on the list item's Title. The user that kept having the issue was copying and pasting the titles. This was occasionally causing a space at the end of the title. I'm not sure exactly why it caused ...



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