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I think this is the issue with SharePoint mismatch, since you have migrated it from SharePoint 2010. Try uninstalling the SharePoint 2013 designer and install it back.... and also see are you able to create any new workflow in the designer. If nothing works you may need to recreate the workflow using SharePoint 2013 designer workflow template. And also make ...


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thank you very much for your response. since i set the title column to hidden in my forms i guess i can just replace the above shown if condition with the checkbox one, correct? but then i think i'd need to add an "and" to check if ticketno field is empty, otherwise it would update the ticketno every time i edit the item (because i want the workflow to run ...


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Using SharePoint designer workflow, you can update the counter. Since this is based on another column, in the workflow you would need to add if condition to only run the update counter step if the checkbox is marked. In the below image add if checkbox is true to the existing current title not empty. You can refer to this article on how to perform the ...


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The short answer is NO. Microsoft flow approvers do not need edit permission to the list item thriggering the flow. The approval is done in the email and most likely, they do not need to view the item before approving. If as part of the approval they need to view the item before approving it, you will want to make sure they have at least Read access to the ...


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If path describes a directory, this method returns false . Trailing spaces are removed from the path parameter before determining if the file exists. The Exists method returns false if any error occurs while trying to determine if the specified file exists.


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SharePoint 2013 approval task by default will send mail with the task details. On clicking the hyperlink in the email, will take us to the task item in view form and then we have to click edit item to open the approve/reject item page. Its by design, but where as in SharePoint 2010 type workflows - approval task - will send email with option "Open This Task",...


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Try following steps: Create a SharePoint Designer workflow. Add IF condition in your workflow. Check if your column (CAB Advisory to Release Manager) is empty or is not empty. If the field is not empty that means the decision has been made and then you can send an Email to your targeted users. Example: Considering my column name is "Approval Status".


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For this requirement, you need to create a new column of number type to hold the currency value in number format, this column you can refer in your custom forms. To copy the currency value to number column, you need to create a SPD workflow in your list, where you will have only one action step, Set Field in Current Item, in which set the currency field ...


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I resolved my own problem. When you are pulling a lookup value, it must attached to the "Title" column of that list. You cannot pull from custom columns.


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Assuming that your current workflow is set to trigger on item update, you can change your trigger so that the workflow will only run on item creation. This way the workflow will only fire once, when the item is created, instead of every time the item is edited.


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I got this working by registering the workflow service with a new scope for instance: Register-SPWorkflowService -SPSite "http://my.sharepoint.com" -WorkflowHostUri "https://myworkflowhost.com:12290" -scope "SharePoint01" -AllowOAuthHttp -Force


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Re-register SharePoint Workflow with -Force Key on existing URL on the workflow member server, Register-SPWorkflowService –SPSite "http://my.sharepoint.com" –WorkflowHostUri "https://my.sharepoint.com:12290" –AllowOAuthHttp -force Check AAM settings, any reference for the old url present?? Only place for the workflows to get the url would be from the AAM ...


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If you use SharePoint Designer to set the single line of text column to store lookup column email addresses, you don't need to set the text column. In SharePoint Designer workflow, we can return the lookup field as "Lookup Values, Comma Delimited" (works in 2010 workflow and 2013 workflow). You can send email using this look up column value.


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Did you set the workflow run when an item is created? For your issue, I suggest you add a "IF" condition into your workflow, if the lookup value is empty, do other things, else set the variable value, like:


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You can do as the followings: Create a column named "custom ID" in your list Create a SharePoint workflow with SharePoint Designer 2010 Insert "Set Field in CurrentItem" and set it like the below: set the workflow automatically start when an item is created: Publish the workflow


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'this list' is not available because it's in the parent site. This only works when creating a list item at the same level not parent to child. That is the issue, connecting to the child list from the parent list in the workflow when using 'Create list item'


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Try to add the necessary authorized Types to all web applications' web.config files. More information you can check the similar post: Workflows - Sharepoint Designer 2013


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Try getting the value of WorkflowSubscritpionEventType enum in your code. According to below documentation, It will return 1 for ItemAdded and 2 for ItemUpdated trigger. public enum WorkflowSubscritpionEventType { None = 0, ItemAdded = 1, ItemUpdated = 2, ItemDeleted = 4 } Source: GitHub - WorkflowProvisionService.cs.


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Per my knowledge, it will be hard for you to use workflow to do this. You may need to change your goal to see if there is a workaround.


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I know this is an old question but it seems to appear on the first page of various search engine results. I do not think the information on the other answers is accurate, at least not according to Microsoft documentation. Please see the link https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/microsoft.sharepoint.workflowservices.workflowstatus?view=sharepoint-...


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If your workflow is very huge, I suggest you put your actions into different steps and type a name for each step. When debugging your workflow, debug it based on different steps, like the below: In SharePoint 2013, to create items automatically, generally, we can use Event Receiver or Scheduled PowerShell cmdlet or SharePoint workflow.If you use Event ...


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You can use the following workflow actions to achieve your requirement: If you don’t have email addresses to test, you can use “Log to History List” action to check if the previous action is executed successfully.


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We can add ViewFields in SPQuery to solve this issue. The following code for your reference. using (SPSite site = new SPSite("http://sp2013/sites/team")) { using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb()) { SPList spList = web.Lists.TryGetList("Workflow Tasks"); SPQuery qry = new SPQuery(); qry.Query = @"<Where><Eq><FieldRef ...


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I suggest to use SPListItemCollection class instead of DataTable. Please try: using (SPSite site = new SPSite("YOUR SITE URL")) using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb()) { SPList list = web.Lists.TryGetList("Workflow Tasks"); var query = new SPQuery { Query = String.Format("<Where><Eq><FieldRef Name='{0}' /><Value Type='...


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