I created a Scheduled Start workflow that will run weekly. One thing it will do is to query a SharePoint list, looking for certain data in the list items. Then it will loop through the results N times (where N = number of results found in the query) to perform certain actions. I'm using the Loop N times action because I anticipate that there may be more than 250 iterations of the loop (which is of course a limitation of the Loop for each action).
As I was creating this, I noticed that as soon as I saved the workflow, the Loop N times action disappeared from the menu. It was there until I saved it. Fortunately I had already added the action to my workflow before saving, so it was still there. But if I had wanted to click and drag another such action to the workflow, I wouldn't have been able to.
Is this expected behavior? Is anyone else seeing this?
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This is not an expected behavior. What would help is to see if we can reproduce this behavior for troubleshooting. Please provide steps to re-produce this behavior consistently.
Thank you, @Sasan. The only steps I know of would be:
I was able to replicate the behaviour I will raise this with the internal team. As a workaround if you publish the workflow the action will return and then you can pause the workflow to stop it running.