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My Situation:

I have two Worfkflows(List)
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I have two Lists
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"Genehmigung" is the tasklist for the workflow
"Teamkalender" is the calender

I have a calender who everybody can use in my company.
So if someone create a Element, it starts a workflow which assign a task to a specific person. This assignment create a Element in the workflow-tasklist(Genehmigungen).

Now i created the Button "Stornieren" in the Displayformular for the Calender elements. This Button starts another Workflow which should delete the Element in my tasklist(Genehmigungen). I use "delete item in THIS list" because it is the other list.

My Problem is, that i dont know which field i can use for the datasource-identification

I hope you can help me.

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If you click on THIS LIST link you'll get all the lists in the site. Later of course you need to identify the record in the other list.

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  • Sorry, but what do you mean? I dont understand. – LonBoy Jan 22 '18 at 16:02
  • If - when you are in SPD in the WF - you choose "delete", you get "this list" linked. Clicking on this link opens a popup window with a selector, by default on "Current item". If you click on "current item" you'll have a list of options and all lists in the site available there. – Marpio Jan 26 '18 at 12:49
  • Yeah. But if i a choose another List, i must identify my Element and thats the Problem. There are a lot of Elements in the other List. so yeah i must identify which element from the other list i need. But how!? – LonBoy Jan 29 '18 at 8:47
  • Of course you need some data to hook it. I can imagine there is some logic that ties the data in the current list and its correspondent to be deleted. Otherwise you have to use a manual input creating a parameter (Initiation from parameter) which will prompt user to give the data you need. – Marpio Jan 30 '18 at 11:25

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