Ali, Thanks, but this is something I already have set up.
The problem is that after the value is updated, everytime the item is changed (other columns that the one that trigger the workflow) the workflow restars, and in my case re-sends an email (it was set up to Actions: send an email). Thanks, You probably need two workflows, a hidden field and a "Start another workflow activity" (which can be found on Code Plex) Workflow 1 is a helper workflow which is set to start when an item is changed: It check if Status is equal to hidden field If it is the exit If not then start workflow 2 and set hidden field to current value of Status Workflow 2 is then the real workflow which does what you want when Status is changed @Marius: The first step in the workflow should be to compare the field value and provide a logic branch.
Execute Query(); // important, commit changes to the server Wow, I definitely think this has me on the right track.When you query the field value use indexer, you should give it the internal name, not the one we see in the Share Point Online. You can create client-side functionality that takes advantage of modern browser capabilities and Silverlight to provide a rich user experience.These new features, operational models, and development tools make Share Point a more complete application platform, and it also introduces new design and development decisions for customers.Project Description This project site stores all the Power Shell scripts developed for Share Point farms (WSS or MOSS) management.
Each script is available independently and can be modified as desired We decided to create this project, because we develop in our Jobs many Power Shell scripts to manage all our Share Point farms (WSS V3 and MOSS).static String field Name1 = "Title"; static String field Name2 = "Keywords"; static String title = "A Beautiful Sunset"; static String keywords1 = "test1"; static String keywords2 = "test2"; static String keywords3 = "test3"; static Network Credential credentials = new Network Credential(username, password, domain); static Client Context client Context = new Client Context(URL); static Web site = client Context. Does anyone have any experience with this using the client-object model? Client Context ctx = new Client Context(" List list = ctx. Check out this detailed walkthrough on MSDN for more background on Share Point and the Client Object Model: OM_The_Managed_Client_Object_Model So in this case the following sample code from the above MSDN page illustrates it: Just remember that every field has an internal name. Get By Title(list Name); static File Creation Information new File = new File Creation Information(); private static void update Fields() I know how to get to the field, but I am not sure how to access the actual value within the field and modify it. Get By Title("List Name"); List Item Collection items = list. You need to load actual list items to access their values! I want to trigger a workflow only when a value is updated in a list item, but not everytime the item is changed.For example I have a column for approve/not approve and I want that to be the trigger not the other values in the item.** If you have any request for Share Point management, feel free to post a message here.