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Setting a Lookup from a Workflow - 365 Community

Setting a Lookup from a Workflow

One of the limitations of the workflow engine that I have found frustrating for a long time is the inability to dynamically set lookup fields based on the output of a FetchXML query, however I no longer have to worry as Alex Shlega has provided the answer to my problems with his TCS Tools Solution

I’ve used this tool for a few solutions in my environment and, after discussion with my good…

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Setting a Lookup from a Workflow

One of the limitations of the workflow engine that I have found frustrating for a long time is the inability to dynamically set lookup fields based on the output of a FetchXML query, however I no longer have to worry as Alex Shlega has provided the answer to my problems with his TCS Tools Solution…

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Author: Ryan Maclean

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