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You can edit the EditForm or NewForm in SharePoint Designer, and add an html select element. Each option value will correspond to a field name or id, and the option title will contain the corresponding field tooltip. You will have to use jQuery to update your fields (input) title. Kindly see this post ...


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You can do this: function presaveaction(){ modifyColumnToRunEditedWorkflow(ItemID); return false; } function modifyColumnToRunEditedWorkflow(id){ var clientContext = new SP.ClientContext("site"); var oList = clientContext.get_web().get_lists().getByTitle('List Title'); var oListItem; oListItem = oList.getItemById(id); ...


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Well I found an alternative solution in the form of a REST WCF web service for SharePoint 2013. (Guidelines Can be found here) After you have a working WCF web service. Use the HttpSend activity to call the method.


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Seems like you try to use Workflow Action without deploying it. Please check out the following article it describes how to deploy custom code activity on workflow server.


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If I understood your question, you workflow is run after the item has been created - the workflow is actually reacting to the item creation. If that is the case, then the workflow doesn't need to create an item. It should obtain a reference to the existing one and update that instead. In your code you get the list that contains the item using the .Lists ...


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The trick is that a request with a filter argument creates a service response of different syntax. If we use a request like http://mysite/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle('myList')/items(1) the response scheme starts with the tag "entry" whereas if we use filter like in http://mysite/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle('myList')/items?$filter=Title eq 'customer' the ...


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You have a few options: Use an Association or Initiation Form and when creating the association you tell the workflow which lists it will be working with Use the REST API to query the list by title. You do this using the HttpSend activity.


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so I found: http://mazdev.blogspot.ae/2014/05/get-value-of-persongroup-list-item.html the solution is to write "Id" directly after the field name within the GetDynamicValueProperties Path. intuitional? hmh, may be... further links: Declarative SharePoint 2013 Workflow Sending Email to Person Specific in Item List Field of Type Person/Group



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