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You can develop custom action in Visual Studio. I have article regarding that. Workflow (SharePoint 2013, 2010, SharePoint Online) custom action using Sandboxed Solution The example I gave in my article will not meet your requirement though you will get basic steps of creating a Custom Action. Areas to Change declare two parameter in Element.xml. Fist ...


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I don't believe this is possible. SharePoint designer actions are limited in scope to the current site's artifacts. In Codeplex you have the SPDActivities that among others enables you to copy or move items and files across sites. http://www.codeplex.com/SPDActivities Source


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Out of the box, SPD doesn't allow you to do this. As a solution, you can use 3rd party components. I would recommend you to use Workflow Actions Pack it contains Copy Document from Library workflow action which can do it. I'm one of the developers of the product, so I'm glad to recommend it.


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Create a second field, set it hidden in the form, and compare both..


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I just needed to set is empty instead of is equal to. I just didn't know we could do that.


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It is probably because of a permission problem. Workflow runs under an App identity. That App identity has only access to the current sub-site. Your search request probably returns 4 results when considering all your sites and if you have access to all results... However, when called from a WF, it gets only result the WF has access to, so only results ...


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With workflows 2013 you can get the version column, split the version to get the "." (example: 2.5) and you get de version. But you dont need do this. You can create a workflow, this workflow will fired when document is edited, you check if version is your X version, if true: send your e-mail.



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