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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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The workflow feature in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 enables solution architects, designers, and administrators to improve business processes. Workflow features are available in both standard and enterprise. Now you have 4 options to create workflow: Use the OOTB worflows Create the workflows using the SharePoint designer 2010 Create workflow using ...


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Have you tried using Sharepoint Designer 2010? There is workflow creation tool. Try it, if you haven't! Good luck!


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Yes, you need enable the sharepoint 2010 workflows feature of site collection(if you using SharePoint Online). You should assign the "approval workflow sharepoint 2010" to a library. In library, set the option "Require content approval for submitted items?" to yes. See the links: ...


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Follow the same directions as for SP 2010. I've done this and installed onto SP 2013 just fine.


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You can usePowerShell to run workflow on all items. The Workflow will not start instantly (as opposed to triggering through the UI) but in maximum 5 minutes because it's started through the SharePoint Timer Service. # URL of the Site $web = Get-SPWeb -Identity "https://sharepointsrv/site1" $manager = $web.Site.WorkFlowManager # Name of the list $list = ...


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Try deploying the Activity dll to GAC. To use custom activity in Workflow, you need to deploy the activity to the GAC.



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