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Well, After digging lot into web I found out that the RegistrationID for Tasks List is 171 from this link, so below code block has worked for me: <CustomAction Id="ActionButton" RegistrationId="171" RegistrationType="List" Location="CommandUI.Ribbon" Title="Add a Action button for tasks list"> <CommandUIExtension> <CommandUIDefinitions> ...


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This answer assumes you are using a standard SQL Membership Provider and vanilla database. (And this is not really a SharePoint issue, this is more of a .NET issue you are implementing in a SharePoint context.) Essentially, what you want to do is insert some rows into a database. There are a number of ways to access a database, but I prefer Entity ...


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My assumption about variable count limit was correct. You can have 50 variables per activity, in my case Sequence. More on conducted analysis: http://slavensemper.blogspot.com/2014/12/maximum-number-of-variables-per-activity.html


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My requirement was to get all the tasks associated with the workflow, I managed to achieve the same by querying the task list and filtering the tasks on the basis of new field added to sharepoint 2013 "related items". I am not sure how efficient this approach is but nevertheless worth mentioning using (SPSite mySite = new ...


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Found out a solution... SharePoint 2013 provides something called the TaskEmailToken. The values are changed in the runtime. So if you want to add a link that will take you to the task page, add the below mentioned html element to the email body in the task. <a href='%TaskSpecial: TaskUrl%'>Open Task Page</a> Hope this was helpful.


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yes you can, with no problem at all. I usually work that way with no problem, just move the wsp and deploy it. The deploy will stay in the folder 14, not in the 15, for that "problem" you could use the following command: Install-SPSolution -Identity InterviewTestWebpart.wsp -GACDeployment -CompatibilityLevel {14,15} Good Luck


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No. Unless you copy SP 2010 assemblies and then refer those as part of developing the webpart. Make sure your target framework is v3.5.



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