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This issue is resolved, I have implemented Deferred and Promise in our jquery code. Initially document is uploaded in the document list and then second function is called to update metaData values..
My answer is based on my assumptions that you're using a template which is uploaded to the Content Type, and that the Content Type is used on the document library where you see this error. In order to get the Site Columns connected to the SharePoint document library, you have to upload your template to the document library. The fields in the template ...
Yes, they can have the same display name but not the same internal name (obviously). So when creating the column for each content type name it (prodACustomer) and choose the proper data type and save it (this will create an internal name), then you can edit the column and rename it to Customer (the internal name won't change) and you do the same for the ...
Within the Library Settings for any of the libraries you have already created, you should find an option called "Save document library as template" under the "Permissions and Management" section. Click that and provide the required information. The next time you use Site Contents > Add an app, the template you just created should be toward the end of the ...
Pause until action would make the workflow sleep and in case the date is changed it will not take updated date but wait for original date to come. Another solution could be - you can navigate to list settings --> "Information Management Policy Settings" --> Item / or custom content type that you are using --> Check "Enable Retention" --> Add retention ...
One way to do this would be to run the Pause Until action and set the date you'd like to send the email. You might want to create a workflow parameter and calculate, for example, due date minus 2 days. I'm assuming by the way you have worded the question that you are comfortable creating the email actions within designer through custom actions.
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