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Click the link in the new Set Workflow Variable action and choose Create a new variable Type "index" in the Name field and choose Integer in the Type drop-down and click the OK Click the value link in the Set Workflow Variable action and type the number "0" in the text field and press Enter. The index variable will be used to access the individual items in the listItems dictionary during the loop.

A separate action will be added later in the workflow to increment the index variable so that it can point to the next item in the dictionary. SharePoint dictionary items start with an index of 0 so by setting the variable to 0 you can access the first item with the variable.

Add a Loop n Times container to the workflow that loops through the Workflow Demo list items and uses a Log to History List action to write the Title field of the list item as output. Click the orange bar below the Set Workflow Variable action and type "loop" and press Enter, then choose the Loop n Times option from the drop-down.

Open SharePoint Designer 2013 and connect to a SharePoint site

Renaming the Loop container is optional but it does make the workflow more readable. Click the link inside the Loop n Times container.

Click the link and then click the fx link inside the LoopNTime Properties dialog. Select in the Data source field and select Variable: count in the Field from source field and click the OK button on the Lookup for Integer dialog.

Enter the SharePoint site that you want to connect to.

Click Open to open the site. Enter your credentials, if prompted.

If security is not integrated with the computer you signed in on then you are prompted to enter your credentials. Make sure to use credentials that have access to the SharePoint site.

The navigational pane is used to switch between different aspects of SharePoint Designer To create a new List workflow based on the SharePoint Workflow platform, follow these steps: To create a workflow based on the SharePoint Workflow platform Click the Workflows node in the Navigation pane.

Click the List Workflow drop-down in the New section of the ribbon, as shown in the figure.

Select the list that you want to associate with the new workflow. On the Create List Workflow dialog box, enter a name and description for the workflow and then make sure that the Platform Type is set to SharePoint Workflow, as shown in the figure.

Click OK to create the workflow.Click the 1 link and then click the fx link inside the LoopNTime Properties dialog. Enter the credentials when it is asked.

SharePoint Designer workflows are created by combining as many Actions as necessary to get the job done. Type "Workflow Output" in the Column name text-box field.

When using SharePoint Designer , if the Workflow Manager has been provisioned, you will see two choices when creating a new workflow that represent the two different engines. Click the orange bar below the Get an Item from a Dictionary action and type "count" and press Enter to insert a Count Items in a Dictionary action into the workflow.

The second workflow engine runs outside the SharePoint processes in a separate Workflow Manager process. Site Workflows Site Workflows are not associated with any particular list or library but are associated with the whole site.