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Have you noticed that the record of what workflows have run against a record seems to have disappeared in CRM 2013? There's a good reason for that—they have! It's easy to add them back, but before you do, there is a reason why Microsoft removed them.
In CRM 2011, Microsoft added a checkbox to workflows allowing the creator to automatically delete completed workflow jobs (to save disk space). It was unchecked by default and on the administration tab, so many users never knew it was there. In order to help online users reduce disk space, this option is now checked by default in CRM 2013 for asynchronous workflows. And since the default behavior is to NOT save workflow jobs, the related Process Sessions was not added to the forms.
For users who are actively trying to troubleshoot problems with a missing Dynamics CRM 2013 workflow, it can be helpful to open a record and see what workflows have run. Follow these simple steps to add them back to the form:
And that's all there is to it!
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