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You can write your Custom activity to write your custom code. You can follow following link to write your custom code activity. http://blogs.technet.com/b/sharepointdevelopersupport/archive/2013/08/28/how-to-develop-a-workflow-code-activity-in-sharepoint-2013.aspx Other approach would be write a WCF service to update the data in your service and call that ...


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I think the best solution will be to write simple PowerShell script which will bypass all workflows and look for custom namespaces and custom workflow actions. As the basis for your script you can check out the following link


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You have to deploy wsp to the SharePoint. It will not work directly. Follow below link http://documentation.agilepoint.com/SupportPortal/Docs/ProductDocumentation/CurrentRelease/DocumentationLibrary/maps/installDeployWspsPowerShell.html


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One of the benefits of the 2013 workflows is that they will run in the cloud, but this benefit does not apply to a code based custom activity. Also, any deployment instructions that involve manually copying files to particular directories are problematic, as a year from now an admin may extend the farm with another server, and needing to also copy the dlls ...



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