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How can I see All Workflows within SharePoint 2010 & 2013?

Posted on 2015-01-21
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How can I determine how many Workflows exist within both SharePoint 2010 and 2013 envirionments from the topmost level? Not just the Workflows I've created but all Workflows that exist within the environment. This requires a non code solution.
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I dont know of any tool that aggregates all workflows in a farm into a view. YOur best bet out of the box is to use SharePoint Designer.
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you can also try PowerShell

$site = Get-SPSite("your-site-url");
$site.AllWebs | foreach { $_.Lists | foreach { $_.WorkflowAssociations | foreach {
  write-host "Site:" $_.ParentWeb.Url ", List:" $_.ParentList.Title ", Workflow:" $_.Name
} } }


got that info from:

http://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/15388/find-all-spd-workflows-in-site-collection
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