Modification_GUID_FormURN Element (Workflow) - ECM

Last modified: May 07, 2010

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2010

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Represents the URN of the form used to modify a running workflow, where GUID represents the actual GUID of the modification.





Minimum: 0

Maximum: 1

Microsoft InfoPath 2010 workflow modification forms are server-side forms only. They are not displayed in the Microsoft Office 2010 client applications, even if they were designed as symmetrical forms in InfoPath 2010.

To specify a modification form, you must first set the ModificationId property of the EnableWorkflowModification activity to the GUID you generated for your modification form.

Next, set the ModificationUrl attribute of the Workflow element to the following value:


This is an .aspx page, included with Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, that includes an Office Forms Services Web Part to host the InfoPath 2010 workflow modification form.

For more information about using an InfoPath 2010 form for a workflow initiation form, see Workflow Modification Forms in SharePoint Server 2010 (ECM).

Use the Modification_GUID_Name element to specify the name of the modification. SharePoint Foundation displays this name as the link text for the modification link on the workflow status page.

The following example specifies InfoPath 2010 modification forms for two modifications included in the workflow.