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Since the workflow can be published elsewhere, perhaps it's a local issue. Have you tried clearing SharePoint Designer's cache? Close SPD2013 Delete everything at %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WebsiteCache Delete everything at %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Web Server Extensions\Cache Go to SPD2013 options –> General –> Application Options –> Uncheck the ...


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To Solve this issue activate the SharePoint 2007 Workflows Feature using the following steps: Open the problem site collection in Browser. Click on Site Actions > Site Settings > Site collection features. Activate the feature called SharePoint 2007 Workflows. Open the problem site collection in SharePoint Designer 2010. Open the problematic workflow and ...


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Here is where the confusion comes from: [in List settings ContentTypes:] In the (List) Task ContentType the "Task Status" internal name is Status [select the source ContentType Task:] In the (Site) Task ContentType the "Task Status" internal name is TaskStatus Same internal field renaming (but why?) with: DueDate (List ContentType) => TaskDueDate ...


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Internal field name for Task Status is TaskStatus SharePoint 2013 on-prem --> vti_extenderversion:SR|15.0.0.4641 office 365 --> MicrosoftSharePointTeamServices:16.0.0.5312 Internal field name for Task Status (office 365) is also TaskStatus


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The internal name of workflow tasks Status field is also STATUS Please refer the image below


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I have a SP2013 OnPrem running and its showing Field=Status I just checked with powershell, its like this: StaticName Title InternalName ---------- ----- ------------ Status Task Status Status


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Try to disable and enable infopath form service. Or Sometime sharepoint can't fully associate content type to your list internally, So you have to manually associate content type to list for do this Go to each list where you applied content type and used in workflow. Go to List Setting -> Advance setting -> enable Allow management of content types and ...


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Look for a field called Predecessors in Task Form Fields. In SharePoint Designer 2010 this field is added using existing site column. Remove the Field Predecessors from Task Form Fields & again publish the workflow. It should published successfully. Try to use below KB article to resolved same issue if still persist: ...


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Try to use this tool to remove your unavailable workflow feature from content database http://featureadmin.codeplex.com/ As provided in this answer here Hope it helps!


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Description field on the Task list is of type multi line of text and by default it is set to allow Enhanced rich text (Rich text with pictures, tables, and hyperlinks) which is why you are getting Carriage returns in your text. Option 1: you can change it to plain text if you don't need Rich text Option 2: When you enter text that has these characters, ...


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If you turn on versioning for the list, you will be able to see the accumulated changes in the version history of each item.


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Base on your code, the value you get is a string not an object. so the code : var relateditmid = relateditm[0].ItemId; will return the item ID after converting the string relateditm to Object using eval funtion. var relateditmObj = eval(relateditm); var relateditmid = relateditmObj[0].ItemId;


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I don't think it is possible OOTB, so I would suggest create a custom notification workflow in SPD 2010 and customize it with the columns you want to show. Another work around (just came now while I am typing - not tested): Option 1: Create a custom content type inherting from Task and remove the title and see if this works Option 2: Rename the title ...


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The easiest way to create a master task list is by using a custom display template. So, you can place a content search web part on the page you would like, and in the query of the CSWP, you can configure to return only items that is using the task content type (I usually create a custom content type that all my tasks list use - keep a note of its content ...



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