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Yes and no. You can't create true parent-child relationships, but you can make do depending on your requirements. If there will always be only one parent matching one or more children, you can write a workflow on the child list that will modify the parent item, then write a workflow on the parent item that runs when the item is changed.


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I can't reproduce this in my environment. If you are still stuck then use a condition 1 equals 1 Edit I was able to repro your scenario. The steps I followed Insert a condition Inside the condition block add a create list item action Then delete the condition Clicked on check errors Fix Select the condition box and hit delete button on keyboard


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The simple solution without code is to use alerts to adjust it to send an email if the item added or changed, from the above ribbon of your list but you should configure outgoing mail. also, You can use Event receiver with the item was updated event as mentioned here to send an email if item updated.


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Have you considered setting up alerts for all the reviewers? that will save you time instead of creating a workflow. Also, opening up the document in Office web application by default is possible by turning off the feature at site collection level called 'open document in client application'. One last suggestion is that power point, word and one note can ...


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Split your ISO date format with the help of Utility action in SharePoint designer 2013 Set that splited variable to dateTime of workflow variable. reference : Split ISO format Date link


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Use IF condition in sharepoint designer Workflow . Create a List workflow for the particular list.In workflow two IF conditions are available as below If value equals value If field equals value Use If field(your dropdown) equals value Reference Link Workfow Conditions


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There is no CSOM API for granting app permission so far in SharePoint. A possible way is parsing the appinv.aspx page and submit the form in code ( Don't forget set the appropriate user-agent). I can provider a c# code snippet which works fine if you are interested.


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The workflow is looking for a Date and Time field, but lookups return text. You need to return the field as Lookup text. Set Variable: lookupStart to Current Item:Lookup: Sprint Start Date, Return fields as Lookup Value (as Text)


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I'm now told over at MSDN that this is not possible OOTB. https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/511f5495-07af-457c-aa8b-bc45910cdcf1/using-spd-workflow-to-set-approval-workflow-task-outcome?forum=sharepointcustomization


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I suppose a query can be built filtering taskItem["WorkflowListId"] taskItem["WorkflowItemId"] as discussed in this social technet article


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First you need to pass 70-331 and then you can proceed for 70-332. because 70-331 is a pre-requisite for 70-332


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You need to elevate Workflow permissions in SharePoint 2013 by doing the following : Allow workflow to use app permissions. Grant full control permission to a workflow. Develop the workflow to wrap actions inside an App Step using SharePoint Designer. For more details about How to apply the above steps check The Workflow was Suspended with Unauthorized ...


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This is the official documentation on co-authoring in SharePoint 2013: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff718235.aspx In a nutshell, you need the following: An Office Web Apps 2013 server; SharePoint 2013 configured to work with OWA 2013; A library to store documents for co-authoring; At least "Contribute" permissions for users who are meant to ...


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Ok after a bit of work I managed to create a suitable workaround for my problem but any better solutions would be welcome. Cons to this approach - 1.limited number of dates can be pulled through depending on how many spare columns you wish to create 2. only works if you know exactly how long each sub string will be (so is probably only suitable for ...


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So it turns out that the problem was that I was using a Globally Reusable workflow and I should have been using a List workflow.


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Looks like there are several possibilities for your issue, outlined in this thread: https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/724d1347-c1ab-4dce-96b4-a97a0a320b8b/list-item-created-through-workflow-does-not-start-new-item-workflow?forum=sharepointcustomizationlegacy be cogniscant of using 'Set' versus 'Update' actions. Set will not trigger the ...


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I found this response from a few years ago: I ended up creating a hidden field, called NewItem, which by default was set to yes. In the Change Notification workflow, if the field equaled "Yes", I changed the field to "No", and ended the workflow. Else if, the field equaled "No", then the Change e-mail would be sent out. I'm not sure why this worked, and ...


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May this help you in understanding your problem. It helped me in the past when I was working on the same requirement. "Consider a scenario where you have a SharePoint 2013 workflow that creates an item on another list. On this other list you have another SharePoint 2013 workflow that’s set to auto-start on item creation. When the first workflow ...


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Just check if you have an "and" sign like this &, in one of your columns name. if yes just replace & by and. it fixed the problem on my side


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You can create workflow which can move the items from Main List to archive list.Here are the steps to create a workflow for archiving purpose. Archive SharePoint List Items in SP 2010 and 2013 Or You can think about writing a custom timer job which will move the items from main list to archive list. Or Use the save as template options, Save the Main list ...


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It depends what you mean by "archiving". You can move items to another list, or you can just filter them from the view. Use a list column to hold a value, e.g. a status text or a year number. Then create views that exclude that value.


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In this case you need to give full permission to your workflow app on tenant so it will break permission on list item or you can add new permission. It will not give System.UnauthorizedAccessException. <AppPermissionRequests> <AppPermissionRequest Scope="http://sharepoint/content/tenant" Right="FullControl" /> </...


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I've been researching this for 2 days. Apparently there is no way on how to assign a SharePoint 2013 workflow to a Content Type. MSDN says: “Unlike previous versions, SharePoint 2013 does not support workflows that are scoped to a content type (SPContentType). However, the messaging infrastructure is extensible, so it can support any arbitrary scope. As a ...


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This is not working. See I want to say "If people click on "yes" on the 6th question, then only that specify row should appear.


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Hide a control based on values on the form On the form template, click the control that you want to hide. On the Format menu, click Conditional Formatting. In the Conditional Formatting dialog box, click Add. Under If this condition is true, set the condition that you want. For example, to hide the control that you selected in step 1 only when ...


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Create a yes/no column named Run Workflow, hidden from users. Write a rule in InfoPath on submit that sets that field to Yes. For every workflow that should run only when a user edits, add at the beginning. If Run Workflow equals No then Stop workflow, Else set Run Workflow to No. This will allow the workflows to run one time. They'll still start again ...


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I experienced the same when I had one of my workflows write data to a column on the list. I set conditions on some of the workflows to prevent from executing multiple times.


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To get the Manager details using SharePoint designer workflow 2013 you will need to use the HTTP Web Service call with REST endpoint URI. Listed below the useful endpoint URI for getting Manager details. After getting the manager account name in above step, use that to find the email id by again calling a HTTP Service using the below endpoint URL and get ...


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Try placing a "Pause for Duration" of 5 minutes at the start of the workflow. This can prevent issues if there are calculations or other changes within the item that are in the process of updating. Also, try adding "Log to History List" actions after each "set" action throughout the workflow; this will help identify any problem areas. Just remember to remove ...


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Not sure exactly what is in your list but you could create a workflow that Loops. (some sudo workflow) Set variable $date to may 5 2017 Loop statement Pause till $date Do your actions add 365 days to $date then it loops back Not supper elegant but this might work. Other option ...


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Have you tried an Impersonation Step. If ACC2 does not have the ability to update the information in the custom list, this would alleviate that issue.



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