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Try classic RETRACT -> DELETE -> ADD -> INSTALL WSP. In most cases it will solve the issue. Or just change the SCOPE to SPSITE & ensure that the Job Lock type for your timer is Against Content DB & then Activate it in the SPSITE level. Or One more thought: Double Click the feature in Visual studio & then hit F4 to bring up Properties ...
As per the edit in the OP. SharePoint Designer was making the changes but only to the specific site I was making the changes on. The steps to creating the workflow I followed; Create a 2013 Workflow in SP Designer 2013 Check for Errors, Save and Publish the workflow using the ribbon Go to the specific site and run the workflow As for how I distributed ...
you can use the following powershell $farm = Get-SPFarm $wsp = $farm.Solutions.Item("customsolution.wsp").SolutionFile $wsp.SaveAs("c:\temp\customsolution.wsp")
You can extract them from the site collection level, not a subsite. They'd be located at ../sites/sitecollection/_catalogs/solutions/
You can get it using PowerShell and the next code: Get-SPFeature | Sort -Property Scope,DisplayName | FT -GroupBy Scope DisplayName,Id > c:\file.txt Greetings :)
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