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I have a calendar where we register all the software releases and the respective team effort (in hours).
The ideia is to create a workflow with 4 steps:
Step 1 - New entry created in the calendar (workflow starts) by an user with approval permissions.
Step 2 - The assigned user edits only the fields that he has permission to do it. How can I do this?
Step 3 - After the assigned user (from Step 2) fills the information, the user from step 1 approves the change.
Step 4 - If the assigned user (in step 4) tries to change the aproved entrie change it must not be possible. How can I do this?
I have a requirement wherein I want to give a group permission to add document but not to edit them. I have already created a custom permission group. But the issue is that my document library has custom fields.So when a user of that group uploads a single
document he is redirected to EditForm.aspx and when he clicks "OK" he gets access denied error(understandably). So I created an event handler to give the user edit permission on item adding and removed the permission on item updated. But now when I add
a new document, a new folder or upload multiple documents, Item Updated event is not called and thus the permissions for that group are not removed.
Any ideas how to achieve this ?
Dear All !
I have assigned only the following Special Permission Levels (out of the 33) to users in a simple Document Library:
With these, the users can list the content of the DocLib as its needed, but my problem is they can still open the items. I want them only to see the list of items, but prevent to open them.
If i remove the View Items rights they lost the ability to view the list of items in the DocLib which is not desired.
Could anybody give me any hints how to setup such thing.
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I have requiremnt to enable Mixed mode ( Windows & Forms Based) authentication on Single web application( with out extending). I have done it in Sharepoint server 2010, It is so simple also. But my requirement is on
Moss 2007. I have found some Post and gone through Those posts, in those posts, all are suggesting to extend the default webapllication and enabling forms authentication on extending/Default application another one is on Wondows authentication.
Is it way to suggest the client or any other alternative to enable the mixed mode authentication?
please suggest me with right solution. Thank you in advance.
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I'm currently busy with an overview of Best Practices for developing accessible web sites in SharePoint 2007. After a little research I have noticed that the challenges I have faced so far are mostly XHTML/CSS/JS related and there are actually very few SharePoint 2007 specific issues: this has to do with the fact that we use very little to none of standard SharePoint controls in the Internet facing web sites we deliver.
As I would like to share the Best Practices I'm writing with the community I've been wondering whether you have tried to develop an accessible web site in SharePoint 2007 yourself and faced any challenges you would like to share. To make myself clear I'm looking for issues and challenges and not solutions in particular (these are welcome as well by the way).