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Remove those if conditions and set workflow to run only during item created.


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You could use an item updating event receiver, and check the value of your field before saving. If the value is set to true, you can just cancel the update event with an error message saying "The fees are already submitted." or something like that.


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The only thing you got is Item Level Security But this does not cover your scenario. You could achieve your scenario by changing the Ownership of an Item with code. (I do'nt think a Workflow can change it) Limit entries If you are not too tight about security, you could just hide the Edit form for allready entered values: Starting point: Limit only ...


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My problem was the names on the columns. Instead of naming them like I see them on the SharePoint site, I should have named them as the encoded name they have: "_x05de__x05e4__x05e8.....". Now it works


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When you use “Update List Item” and update the “Path and Name” field with the folder name where the document should be moved in. The destination folder must not have different permissions by which the current user cannot actually access it, If this occurs than you will get above error which is mentioned in your question. For solve such issue, you will ...



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