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The timerJob is executed at different level (WebApplication, Content DB ...) You need to create (instantiate and schedule ) this timer in a feature (in event receiver of feature). You must add your site workflow template with a feature (level site). Then, ADD workflow association to your rootSite manualy or programmatically of your site collection. If ...


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I believe you need to make an update to existing items (one time activity). You can create powershell script/ console application . Loop through the list item and programmatically invoke the workflow on the list item.


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you need make SPD Workflow run at particular schedule to perform your updates of list item. May be you can run SPD workflow daily to perform your task. For your reference you can look into following Q&A from Stack Exchange. Trigger workflow daily Schedule a workflow to run everyday


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Workflow is associated to a list item. Basically which gets executed when related item get added or updated. For your requirement you need to loop through each item and do the update. Which is tricky to implement via SPD workflows.


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Nothing change in 2013. Did you restart the Timer Service after performing the deploy?. After every deploy, you have to restart the timer service. Greetings



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