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I need to make my workflow in Sharepoint designer. But I want the function of "Automatically reject the document if it is rejected by any participant." so in case there are two manager approving a purchase request, the workflow stops and doesn't
send a task to the next manager if the first rejects it.
Is this possible? I would also like to have "Automatically reject the document if it is changed before the workflow is completed." but I can't see how to do this either.
I have to have a web form that allows the user to print a PDF Document from a web form or web service. The requirements are that the user will not see the pdf before printing, the call to print will actually happen on the Web Server it's self, the web server does not have adobe, and the document has to print to a Network printer that the web server is not setup to print to.
Can someone point me in the right direction?
When I first converted a program from an older version of VB to
VB .Net, I used the printer compatibility library with good success.
It treated the printer as a device. Print this, print that, start a new page,
and so on. Recently, when adding the printing of graphics, I started running
into out of memory conditions. I discovered that I could use the base
.Net print capabilites to resolve this problem for the graphic images.
If all I am printing is the graphic images, this is not too bad.
However, the application I have has a mix. Print this form followed by
another form followed by a graphic followed by another form. Each form
and graphic could print on a single page or take multiple pages. The default
.Net approach of a call back to get each page becomes extremely clumsy.
Each print routine needs to remember which page it is currently on between calls and the print distributing routine needs to keep track of what form is currently being printed.
Is there another printing interface available?
Hi Guys, I want to Print Student ID card from my Grid View Control.
PrintDialog pDlg = new PrintDialog();
PrintDocument doc = new PrintDocument();
pDlg.Document = doc;
I want user to be able to click print button and it will print document in web page.I try to use window.print(); but it prints everything including transparent font color. I want to print document without printing transparent object. How can I do this??
I'm using WSS 3.0 and need to find a way to automatically delete documents from a document library that are older than a given number of days. Could someone comment on whether or not this is possible and recommend a way to do it?
Thanks in advance.
We are converting some reports from Crystal Reports to Microsoft SQL Reporting Services (SSRS) in an ASP 2.0 VB.Net web app. Crystal had a function called PrintToPrinter which was being used to programmatically print to a network printer that we specified in the code as soon as the user clicked a button on the screen. The printer dialog box did not appear. It was true one-click printing.I need to figure out how to do the same thing in SSRS. Right now we have our SSRS reports rendering to a PDF and opening in a new window when the user clicks the button, forcing the user to then click another print button on that screen to print the report.I've been looking all over the web for how to do this but am not finding much luck.Supposedly there is a way to call an SSRS web service, render the report as an EMF, and use things like System.Drawing.Imaging and System.Drawing.Printing to send the report to the printer. I can't find any detailed examples of how to do this in VB.Net code however. I'm trying to avoid doing this from scratch because I have very little time left to complete this. Posts about this all seem to be from 2004 so I'm not sure if something better has come along since then. This link shows an example of this in C# but since I don't know C# I can hardly make head or tail of it:http://
Here's what I have so far...
1. I have a document list in MOSS 2007.
2. Each document in the list
may be sent to an external system for further processing. This was done by adding a custom feature to the document libraries actions menu in SharePoint.
3. The external system uses it's own SQL Server database. A table in this database references the SharePoint document’s GUID. Additional
columns in the table are updated during external processing data such as status.
The problem I'm trying to solve is this:
1. I would like the see the external processing status for a document in the original SharePoint document list. This status will change and needs to be updated for each document automatically.
I tried setting up a business data column in the document list. I created the XML definition of the external SQL Server table using the MOSS 2007 SDK and imported the definition. I added the business data column to the list