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Thursday, July 12, 2012
Setting up a VM the other day and got the oddest error trying to create a Workflow in SharePoint Designer:
Oddly enough, it was referring to the Microsoft.SharePoint DLL! So after a bunch of checking (bear in mind that this was not a special workflow, just a list workflow to send an email), the answer turned out to be incredibly simple:
It appears that if the system does not have enough memory, this error will occur - I was running a VM at 3GB; when I upped it for 4GB, viola! Works fine.
Labels: SharePoint Designer Workflows, Workflow actions on the server references an assembly that does not exist