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Couple of options Workflow - Not recommended way Here you invoke the workflow on item create or update, then use Pause Activity to pause the workflow till due date. Then Update Current Item and set Locked = No Timer Job - Recommended way Here you create a Timer Job that runs daily (say 12 AM). It loop through items that are expired (use CAML query). Then ...


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You can use the Copy List Item action to copy a document from one library to another. I suggest you these useful links: SharePoint Designer Workflow: Copy a document from one library to another SharePoint Designer Workflow: Move a document from one library to another


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As it turned out, I needed to configure an External Content Type Profile Page Host within the Business Data Connectivity Service. When the ECT Profile Page Host was configured, I could connect to the database and see the tables from the database within SharePoint Designer.


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In SharePoint Designer 2013 (or 2010), you can create a workflow that pauses until a specific date and then resumes to send your alert. To send the first email of the year you can once manually start the workflow and the workflow kicks off and continue. Then it pauses until the date you want, sends the email, and then pauses again until the next date. To ...


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@Nk SP has provided the correct references that would help you to copy documents from one library to another including PDF documents. But regarding the last statement that you mentioned in question - "The trigger will be a user ticking a tick box" would not be possible with SharePoint Designer Workflow. SharePoint Designer Workflow is triggered on 3 events: ...


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I am not sure you can do this OOTB, due to two different version of SharePoint and separate farms. I am thinking, your options will be either some kind of custom development or use the BCS to get the data. Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2013


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There is a cleaner, pure XSLT way, to achieve what you are trying to do; no need to use javascript. By the way, always remember that XSLT is evaluated and executed first, way before your javascript gets called. <xsl:variable name="ControlMode"> <xsl:choose> <xsl:when test="@Field1 = 'Yes'"> Edit ...


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if you covert your own Html Page to Master Page then the default ribbon hide and you lost on your page. then go to that URL to change the master page http://yoursitename/_layouts/15/ChangeSiteMasterPage.aspx please visit that url below, it may help you lot. http://borderingdotnet.blogspot.com/2013/01/how-to-create-html-page-layouts-for.html


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We need to be careful about the Async calls. I would suggest don't call getCurrentLoginUserDetails() immediately, Let getCurrentUser() complete its async call and then you can proceed with your function to retrieve list items based on LoggedInUser. So based on above explanation, I can propose following solution. Improvements in your function ...


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The recommended way is to use Client Side Rendering. But that require little bit of developer background. Next is using jQuery. For that follow below steps First add required jQuery libraries to your site - Or you can dynamically load it using //Load jQuery library using plain JavaScript (function(){ var newscript = document.createElement('script'); ...


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Save that with different name. rename that file with existing file name.


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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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