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Try using WorkflowAssociations.GetAssociationByBaseID as below [list].WorkflowAssociations.GetAssociationByBaseID([workflow base ID]); The above returns a SPWorkflowAssociation object, which can be used as a parameter to start the workflow. e.g. below: [site].WorkflowManager.StartWorkflow([list item],[SPWorkflowAssociation], "<root />");


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Try to publish the workflow using another account with the correct permission and compare the result. Please make sure you have "Use Remote Interfaces" permission at web application level: Check the ULS log or event log for any clues. More inforamtion for your reference: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/manage-permissions-and-control-...


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SharePoint 2010 workflows have been retired since August 1, 2020 for new tenants and removed from existing tenants on November 1, 2020. It is recommended that you use MS Flow (Power Automate). Please follow steps: Upload Excel files to SharePoint Documents Library Create a List named "Excel List" to store Excel file Title Go back SharePoint ...


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If you have no access to SharePoint designer, or you prefer not to create a custom workflow for this process, it may be an option to create 2 built-in approval workflow with different approval distribution list. You can set the approvers when setting the workflow. Then ask end users to choose the workflow which meets their needs. Of course it may cause some ...


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There's no REST API that you could use from JS to show audit data on a SharePoint page. Read more on this here However, you could create your own Web API using Server Side Model and then call it from JS to retrieve Audit Data from SharePoint. For more information visit this post


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Go to the document library -> Click workflow settings in the library tab -> Check whether SharePoint 2010 workflow ran in last 4 months.


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Use below code to update lookup column with multiple selection: <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.11.1.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ $.ajax({ url: _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl + "/_api/web/...


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The workflow history list will contain information on when your workflow last ran, you can find the list in your site. Here is an example of the list URL: https://sharepoint/mysite/lists/Workflow%20History/AllItems.aspx


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You need to create a Dictionary variable to store and pass the body to SharePoint REST API in designer workflow. Also, you need to pass the dictionary variable to the request and response headers which has below headers: Accept: application/json;odata=verbose Content-Type: application/json;odata=verbose Check detailed step by step information in below ...


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This will not work because the event type in the workflow history table in SharePoint 2013 is blank. See this Link: SharePoint Workflow history List


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You can make API calls via the "Call HTTP Web Service" action available in SharePoint 2013 workflows. More information can be found here: Working with Web Services in SharePoint Workflows using SharePoint Designer 2013


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Not sure how to make the API call in SP Designer (it's a hassle!) but your data should be something like this: 'ColumnNameId': {"results": [59, 60] } Note that you need to add 'Id' to the column name. The results object contains an array of the IDs of the lookup items.


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If you create the workflow with trigger on creation and change, it will run the workflow each time you create a new item or update the current item. So it is not possible to restart the status verification all over again based on single change trigger.


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According to your description, the get steps stop working randomly and returns nothing without an error(from the screenshot). It may be better to open a service request about it. And have you checked the composed ID value in the get items step? Maybe you can create a new flow to test the missing items with the query UID eq ID with an IF condition. We can see ...


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Answer: You cannot use =CONCATENATE(Proper(Right)(Left)) The proper sequence or hierarchy is CONCATENATE((PROPER(Left)),(PROPER(Right))) In order to change a field with a value of first.last and make the value a proper name I used the following formula in a calculated column: =CONCATENATE(PROPER(LEFT(fieldName,INT(FIND(".",fieldName)-1)))," &...


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If you are using SharePoint designer workflow 2013 then you can use Replace Substring in String action to replace "." with space and save it in the list. No need to use any calculated column for this. Microsoft documentation: Workflow actions quick reference (SharePoint Workflow platform) - Utility actions Example: SharePoint Designer 2013: Replace ...


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Consider using a Lookup or Calculated column to auto-populate the users/email addresses in this list. But of course you will have to write the relationship between the Multi-Choice column and the users/email addresses in another list or in the Calculated column formula. There is no easy way for this request to begin with (in SharePoint), but it will reduce ...


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