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I have a long and complex workflow with many stages and steps written in SharePoint Designer 2013. The workflow is associated with a SharePoint library that was published from a form designed in InfoPath Designer 2013. I need the form to respond to combinations of active user and workflow status.

I have manually set the workflow status to descriptive names, i.e. 'QM Review', throughout the workflow. This was done using the Set Workflow Status to [STRING] action.

I have added the data connection to get the workflow status but I understand that the value returned is numeric. How do I find out the numeric value attributed to my descriptive status names? Or, how do I define a numeric value for these status names?

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  • Try creating a view that includes the workflow status and switching to DataSheet view.
    – Erin L
    Jan 14, 2016 at 13:47
  • Thanks for this - I created a view that retrieved all the variables I could from the workflow data connection. This lead to me finding the string I wanted. See the answer below.
    – Trojanian
    Jan 14, 2016 at 14:17

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So there is no need to reference numeric values only in InfoPath Designer 2013 in this example. From the managed data connection to the workflow (here named AccTestJanuray2016), the Description property:

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is returned as a string that corresponds directly to the Workflow status that is set in the SharePoint Designer 2013 Workflow by using the Set Workflow Status to [STRING] action.

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