3 Responses to Trials or tribulation? Inside SharePoint 2013 workflows–Part 8

  1. Vipul Jain says:

    I am using two loops..The second loop is inside the other loop..my condition is not getting executed..Plz help..Is nesting of loops not allowed ?

  2. Robert van Raamsdonk says:

    Hi Paul, my compliments for your excellent blog. Very entertaining, clear, well written and extremely applicable use cases for citizen developers such as myself. I have written a SPD 2013 workflow along the lines of your post series and everything works beautifully. My scenario: the list I’m running my WF on has a *multi-value* People field called Assigned To. So (for some list items) my REST call populates the UserDetails dictionary with *multiple* AssignedToID values. My problem: I need to resolve these multiple users to a workflow variable and then have my workflow leverage that variable to create a *single* task assigned to all these multiple users. Can you shed some light on this? Thanks in advance!

  3. Seci says:

    Firstly, thank you very much for your workflow series posts. I understood the Loop logic with your posts. But I have two question.
    In “Set Workflow Variable” I couldn’t set the Lookup column to new variable. Because it’s type is not string, integer, bool, etc. I need this because when I loop in process owners, I want to compare the lookup column (Organisation) with the original Organisation. (Not the IDs)

    My second question is, for example when I found the Organisation, in the ProcessOwners list while looping, can I update a column in ProcessOwners list? for example, when I found the correct item, I want to make AssignetTo column Empty. I couldn’t find an example about that.

    Thank you very much for your help.


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