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You have to edit the task form using InfoPath. From SharePoint designer, go to the Workflow's main settings page, then in the Forms section (bottom right) look for the Approval Task form (it might have a weird name like Approval_x0020_9 or something like that) and click on it. This will open the form in InfoPath. Change the view to ChangeRequest. You ...
Turns out the Task library that we were keeping the tasks was a system provisioned library. Creating another task library and updating the workflow to stores the tasks there made things appear just fine. Couldn't find a setting in the system provisioned library that would prevent it from being searched. Even went as far as giving everyone complete rights ...
I had come across this issue not too long ago. I was able to find what was causing it in my case. From what I've seen it happens with 2010 workflows and not 2013. If you go to the list/library that is triggering the workflow and go to List ribbon -> Workflow Settings. From here you should be able to see the different workflows associated with this list. ...
In the lookup you should select DataSource = Task List Once you select that you will get extra fields at the bottom Select Field from source = Task Comments Return field as string Find the list item : Field = Task ID Value = Workflow variable task id
From InfoPath Designer Select File menu tab Select SharePoint List template Select Design Form button Enter Site URL Select existing List Select Content Type The new InfoPath Form is now associated with a specific Content Type. https://kerdirks.wordpress.com/2012/10/03/associate-custom-infopath-form-with-list-content-type/
Inside RunWithElevatedPrivileges you should impersonate current user. Something like var userToken = SPContext.Current.Web.AllUsers["domain\\user"].UserToken; using(SPSite site = new SPSite(SiteURL, UserToken)) list.Update(); //Will save the record as the selected user.
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