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  Asked By: Conor    Date: Nov 26    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 2569

I am building a workflow in sharepoint designer. I need to
generate a dynamic url and store it in a workflow variable. The url will
have 3 parts. For each part, I have a variable. Now I need to know how
to "concatenate
these 3 workflow variables in sharepoint designer"

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8 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Bernice Puckett     Answered On: Nov 26

You can use the "Build Dynamic String" action to accomplish this I believe. I
have done it where I needed to insert one variable  into a hyperlink. I would
think you could do it with more than one if you needed to.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Mackenzie Lewis     Answered On: Nov 26

I know this. But I need an example for concatenation. Its not working for
me. When I build a dynamic  string like what is given below, its not working.
[Variable1][Variable2][Variable2]

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Kurt Gilbert     Answered On: Nov 26

try , and then space..................

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Jaya Deoghar     Answered On: Nov 26

Look in SharePoint Designer Help. It shows an example of building  a URL.

SharePoint Designer Home -> Workflows -> Use Variables in Workflows -> Step 6
through Step 12

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Candi Branch     Answered On: Nov 26

Please show us the text in each of your variables. What you show does work
correctly inside the Build Dynamic String action.

For example:
api.photoshop.com/.../adobe-px-thumbnai\
ls/9958b35b9146419b9e2ec530197e6e93/fullsize.jpg

 
Answer #6    Answered By: Jan Chen     Answered On: Nov 26

The variables  basically store  absolute and
relative urls. When I build dynamic  string with list fields(and urls being
stored in these fields), its working, but with simple workflow  variables, it
was not working. so I used the List fields approach.

 
Answer #7    Answered By: Britni Shepard     Answered On: Nov 26

slingeronline.wordpress.com/.../use-variables-to-create-html-link-\
in-sharepoint/ here is the link to my blog where I describe how to accomplish
this.

 
Answer #8    Answered By: Girja Garg     Answered On: Nov 26

Build Dynamic String action is your best bet.

 
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