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  • XPath Queries vs Promoted Properties

    I'm trying to determine which of these two options might perform better, particularly when dealing with a large amount of fields. Scenario: I need to use 50 fields from an InfoPath form in my workflow - which is better?:Promote 50 fields as properties to the SharePoint list, and access the list fields in the workflowPromote no fields from ...
    Posted to Developer Information (Forum) by ricardo303 on July 14, 2011
  • Call Web Service & Query XML

    Hi, I'm trying to get the GUID of the DisplayName="Only dataroom" out of the XML below, using the query XML and XPATH code : I haven't got a clue how to set up the XML correctly? Thanks a lot <xml><Views xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/soap/"><View ...
    Posted to Developer Information (Forum) by Louis on May 2, 2011
  • XML format help

    Hi, can anyone help me to parse a XML please?  What I want to do is to create a workflow to remove all the permissions on the list using the WebService call. At this moment I can get the results in this form: <Member ID="4" /><Member ID="40" /><Member ID="45" /><Member ID="48" ...
    Posted to Developer Information (Forum) by jakub@jakuburban.cz on April 27, 2011
  • Re: Copy attachment from one custom list to another

    Hi, I'm also trying to copy an attachment from an item in one list (List 1) to an item in another list (List 2).  I've looked at both of the suggestions in Peter D's post (the MSDN site and post 8036 on Nintex Connect), amongst other posts.  In the 8036 post a file is copied from a Document Library to a list attachment using ...
    Posted to Developer Information (Forum) by neckhaus on March 24, 2011
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