I thought I understood this fairly well, but it seems that I am missing something. I have created a change management site that uses a calendar list to mark upcoming changes to our IT systems. I have also created a second list to track some information
about the change items that I don't want to show up on the calendar, such as what the outcome of the change was or if the change process was properly followed. So I have the calendar list and another list called results.
I know that there needs to be a unique identifier that each list item will have in common, so in the results list I created a column called Change Number. When a new change item is created in the Change Management calendar a workflow runs that notifies
some people that a new change has been submitted, and the last step in that workflow creates a new list item in the results list and sets the Change Number field to be equal to the current item ID field. That part is working right now. When I create
a new change item I can open the results list and see that there is a new item and it has the proper number in the Change Number field.
What isn't working is when I try to take actions in other workflows that use data from both lists. An example is notifying the creator of the change that it has been approved. When the list item is changed a workflow starts that
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