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This is by design, please read carefully the description: "Wait for all" completion criteria will return outcome that received the most number of responses. It is unclear what you actually want to achieve so please choose one following If someone rejects the workflow stops and tasks in progress are cancelled. Set "Wait for first response", required ...


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Ok, it was a little strange. So using item["Body"] = emailMessage.PlainTextBody; produces the field and text to appear 'normal' in your list. With line breaks and all. But I lost those line breakers when copying that data to another field. So I tried using item["Body"] = emailMessage.HTMLBody;. But now the data in my field looks terrible because shows all ...


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From what I can tell, using one multiple people picker to assign multiple permissions via an Impersonation step is not possible on SharePoint with out of the box options. The workaround I found was to create 10 different people picker fields and set the "Account ID" data to a separate Library column that is the data type "person/group." From there, you can ...


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I have accomplished this the poor mans way by Creating a final Stage called Done. The only thing the Done Stage does is Transition to stage Go to End of Workflow. Then it is easy enough in my List or Library to use views to show WF that are NOT in the Done Stage


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You can use below script for removing all Workflows Associated to a Particular List $SPSite = Get-SPSite "http://siteurl" $Web = $SPSite.OpenWeb(); $SPList =$Web.Lists["ListTitle"]; $workflowAssociations = $SPList.WorkflowAssociations; if($workflowAssociations -ne $null) { foreach($wf in $workflowAssociations) { ...


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If you want to pursue this approach could try this trick. Create a dummy variable and set it equal to the Assigned To field but as a text string. Then you are able to test the 'is empty' against the dummy variable and apply your logic whether to email or not. It would give you some measure of control over what the user sees when they are assigned the ...


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If you use a task list, then whenever a task is assigned to someone, an email is sent automatically to the assignee. This behavior is configurable from list settings > advanced settings


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You can do this using following logic. If current item priority = 1. Then get recently modified list item where priority equals one. From that item take the total value and assign it to a variable. Increment value in variable and update current item Total field Else. Get recently modified list item where priority is not equal to one. From that item take ...


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I have the same problem, and worked around it by starting a 2010 workflow from within my 2013 workflow. The 2010 workflow does the lookups and sets parameters with the looked-up values (usually the ID number from the parent list). These parameters are then available to the 2013 workflow.


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This is the default behaviour. You can change it using following command stsadm.exe –o setproperty –propertyname declarativeworkflowautostartonemailenabled –propertyvalue yes


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Yes. You can use Send Email activity. And choose the Person Or Group. https://support.office.com/en-in/article/Send-e-mail-in-a-workflow-11d5f9dd-955f-412c-b70f-cde4214204f4


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If you can use the SharePoint designer tool, it will allow you to view all the workflows. Then you will be able to easily edit your workflow depend on your need. Some workflows in sharepoint 2007 will not be able to see/edit from the browser.


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Use parallel steps in the workflow to wait for both conditions at the same time. At the end of both place an "end workflow" action to prevent the other from firing. In the first of the two parallel steps use a "pause for duration" action with a duration of seven days. Then the email action. Then end the workflow. In the second of the parallel steps use the ...


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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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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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Workflows that are set to start on create or on change will start simultaneously. If the workflow is not starting, it is either that 1) the workflow wasn't added to the list, 2) the workflow was added but the trigger isn't correct (not set to start on create / change), or 3) because the workflow is failing on start. If you go to the list (viewed w/ the ...


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Not possible. Probably you can try enhancing CopyItemExtended custom activity http://spdactivities.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=Copy%20List%20Item%20Extended%20Activity&referringTitle=Home


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Finally I was able to create OneNote documents without issues using Sharepoint 2010 workflows instead of Sharepoint 2013 Workflows. The error only occurs when a SP2013 WF creates a document with custom content type and the associated template. The same functionality (the 'Create Item' command to be precisely) works in SP2010 Workflows.


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I downloaded FeatureAdmin2010.exe from codeplex and opened it in one of the WFE servers. I selected the site which had the erroneous workflow and noticed that it has several missing features. I removed such features from the SiteCollection and the Site. This solved my issue and I was able to edit the workflows.


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No, you can't do anything with SPD in a SharePoint app. You need to create the workflow in Visual Studio and bind it to the list there. To create the workflow using SP designer you need to open the App web using SharePoint designer, but this still not supported (you cannot open the app web site from SPD) so you cannot create the workflows in APps using ...


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I have been struggling with this for a while. SPServices as a library of Javascript working with jQuery worked for my needs. It does bulk updates to list and libraries. http://spservices.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=%24%28%29.SPServices.SPUpdateMultipleListItems


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Well as expected earlier there is now way for this. All i did is hosted my images on the internet.


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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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You could merge the workflows into one. You can create sort of a switch construction by using parallel blocks with if clauses for each state. This is quite robust and will even work when going back to a previous state.


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You don't have the copy item in the 2013 workflow engine, indeed. This doesn't mean you can't do it in SharePoint 2013 - you just need to choose the 2010 platform, you have a dropdown when you create the workflow and the default is 2013 but you can change it. 2013 lost some actions as it's a platform that sits outside of SharePoint (WAW - Windows Azure ...



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