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No matter what I do, if I pause my workflow, and then update a list item after the pause is over, my event handler on update list item will not fire, though the item has been updated! No matter I use Set Field or Update Field, same result. If I do not use
pause, it will fire.
I need pause to give user sometime to react, if he doesnt then remind him. Can use Wait Until Due Date etc., but why not pause. (Not sure, if event firing will work with Wait Until Due Date even.)
Any ideas will be much appreciated.
I need to define a workflow where every night it checks the end date and if it is in past it should delete that list item. To achieve this I defined two workflows on the list which satrt when item created or modified. One workflow just checks the date and
if past deletes the item. Another workflow I have defined as timer workflow which pauses untill 1am next day and then updates a hidden filed in the list item which triggers another instance of the timer workflow as well as deletion workflow.
Everything works fine if I remove the pause Until action, but if I use Pause Until or Pause For Duration the workflow does not resume and throws error workflow failed to run.
I googled and found this issue with 2007 and some hotfixes but could not find any solution for 2010 Anyone experienced the same issue?
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