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i solved the issue by moving clientContext.ExecuteQuery(); to above update attachments loop. oListItem["Title"] = EventTitle; oListItem["Description"] = EventBody; oListItem.Update(); clientContext.ExecuteQuery(); var site = "http://vr-si-web-qa01"; .... the problem is in client object model once you update the list item will ...


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Yes we can create a second list as required. So the workflow goes this way: Start a task process/ Approval process -- And if the out come is Approved, then do the following: a. Start a loop with variable "Noofdays" times (calculated column) You can get that Here b. Inside the loop, use create a item in List (output to variable: create1) action to create ...


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I found my error. When I open the List-item it only displays the selected choices, however when I edit the List-Item, all the choices are still there. Thanks...


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What you have: You need to use an ..ing event to be able to cancel event From the ..ing event, I suspect you do edit the current item. This update happens right before the actual update, hence the save conflict. Some notes: A new instance of your ER class is created for each update triggered by a user. You can actually check before properties from ...


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The problem turned out to be inside StartSomething: it was trying to update the very same item, upon which the OnItemUpdating had been fired. To solve a problem it is sometimes enough to write it down :)



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