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Use this URL to get the item: http://siteUrl/libraryName/Forms/AllItems.aspx?FilterField1=ProjID&FilterValue1‌​=projIdValue


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For such situations I use InfoPath to customise the list form. I use an XML file as a secondary data source. The XML file has nodes for each field I want to watch. A form load rule writes all the current values to the XML. The Save button has a rule for each field I'm watching. If the form field and the XML field are not the same, a message is appended to a ...


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I think you will have to use the "Parallel Block". On one side, use the Pause until action, with your current date, and on the other side, Wait for field change in current item. If the date changes, stop your workflow. Set your workflow to start when item is modified.


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Yes you can create multiple approval workflow in single workflow. See i have done three approval workflow in single workflow. Hope you will get idea how to create multiple approval workflow in single workflow..


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Create a field named "NextCheck" and a field named "CheckField". Create a workflow to run when item has created or edited and pause until the "NextCheck" date as come. After this, set the field "CheckField" to true. Create another workflow to run when item has edited and check if the "CheckField" is true. If it was, verify the user and if is valid, set the ...


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There is a step for this purpose. In SharePoint 2010 it called Impersonation step, in SharePoint 2013, it is called an App Step. Whenever a workflow is fired, it is run as the user who initiated the workflow, whenever it hits the app/impersonation step, anything inside the step is run as either the workflow account (2013), or the author of the workflow ...


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You can use "Pause until date" activity of SharePoint designer Workflow. For reference: Pause until date


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Create 2 calculated columns: 1. One column to calculate joining date - 2 days. Like so: =[Joining Date]-2 2. Second column to extract the above difference in dd-mm (or mm-dd) format. Like so: =TEXT([Joining Date],"dd-MM") In the workflow, format today's date as dd-mm or mm-dd and compare it with the 2nd column. If it is similar, send an email. Refer this ...


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Copy the option value in a string variable and then perform your conditions like "starts with". SharePoint will then give you options of every string manipulation and logical operators. Also I can suggest one more option, why not create a calculated field which is true or false depending on the option selected. You can create a formula which will be TRUE ...


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I can't say you are doing everything right, but assuming this is a random problem, there are a few things that you can try to make SPD more stable. 1. Add the /Safe parameter to SPD Open the properties of the SharePoint Designer shortcut, and then paste "/Safe". It should look like: Target: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15\SPDESIGN.EXE" ...


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I just started over and redid the workflow and it works. Here is a copy of my new statements for reference. Stage:Stage 1 Set Variable: SOChange to No Set Variable: CreditHoldChange to No Set Variable: OldSONumber to Current Item:Sales Order Number (Before) If Current Item:Sales Order Number (Before) not equals Current Item:Sales Order Number Set ...


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If you set Today within the loop, it should update. If you're setting it prior to the loop, and checking within the loop, it will not update.


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Thanks for your reply Sandeep , what you suggest was part of the answer . I solved my issue by applying the following : 1- The user of the web service application pool (Identity) should not have an admin privilege and must only have the below rights : 2- The web.config of the web service must include the below parts under the configuration section (So ...



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