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I need a workflow to run every last day of the month. Here is the link where it is described how to schedule recurring workflows, but in the example it creates workflow which will work every month (started counting from first manual trigger). How can I do this for the last day of the month? If I will manually trigger it on 30th day of the week, and next week will be 31 days, the workflow will be still triggered on 30th day again..Every help will be much appreciated.
I would suggest you to create a console application and execute the workflow using ExecuteWorkflowRequest. After that, using task scheduler to schedule the console application.
if you have Microsoft Flow
I don't think there is any straight forward way to run a workflow on the last day of month. You need to write custom code for this to get the exact date i.e. 30, 31 or 28 and then use that instead.
The other option is to check if you can use github.com/.../CRM-DateTime-Workflow-Utilities
Hope this helps.
I just need to know is there way to do this without any code. Like in that blog it is written timeout 1 month (where one month is not 30 days, it depends which month it is). To do like this (1 month - 1 day) somehow and start this workflow at 1 day of the month, so other processes will be done 1 day earlier :)
You can run your Workflow in each 30 days if you do not want to code.
In that case it will not work properly and will not work only on the last day of the month.
To answer your questions- No, there isn't any configuration/ customization to do this without code. However there are some custom workflow utilities (which are again built using code) which you can try. So don't need to write any code for this, so just have to download the solution contains the utilities.
Same link which I shared above: github.com/.../CRM-DateTime-Workflow-Utilities
There is a step which returns "Get Month Start/End Dates" so this is something you can try.
Try something like this:
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