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Make sure SharePoint server have the WorkFlow Manager installed and configured. WorkFlow Manager also requires ServiceBus to be installed Then run the following commands in the SharePoint Management Shell: Register-SPWorkflowService -SPSite 'http://localhost:24000' -WorkflowHostUri 'https://localhost:12290' -AllowOAuthHttp -Force $WmsSap = Get-...


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Yes it is possible through SPD 2013 workflow along with REST Webservice call. Follow the steps below, Create a list workflow for the list where Column1 is present Configure the workflow to get triggered on Item Adding and Item Edit Edit the workflow Build a dictionary with below parameters and set output variable as Request Header accept : application/...


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Assuming you're developing your workflow in SharePoint Designer: Right-click the task process activity in your SharePoint Designer workflow and click Properties Set the ExpandedGroups property to Yes If you look at the description of the ExpandedGroups property, it says "If true then assign a task to a group means one task will be assigned to each member ...


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My guess would be that the Assigned to field won't accept the user group's ID and would need another property. So I would suggest this: After the GetDynamicValueProperties activity, add a LookupSPGroup activity In the Properties of this activity in the GroupPrincipalId property add your OwnerId variable. Set the result property to any variable of your ...


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We need to run this script in SharePoint Management Shell $WmsSap = Get-SPWorkflowServiceApplicationProxy $WmsSap.RegisterWorkflowLifecycleManagementEnvironment() Reffered from this link and it worked for me.


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from SharePoint designer select your list and create new list workflow. Select the list name of yours and give the name for workflow and click ok. check the options in the workflow settings in the fig 2 as shown where you can check the option start workflow when the item is created.



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