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SharePoint Development Problems and Issues with Workflows - New to Forum - Can someone help? :)

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Please forgive me if this is posted in the incorrect forum, but I didn't see another that was a better fit.  We are on SharePoint 2007.  Here are the following items that I've asked our in house SharePoint people to answer and they have not been able to.

1)      When in a workflow an email notice is sent to multiple people that a document needs to be reviewed is there a way to do the following:

a.       If notice is sent to 4 people and person #2 accepts the task, can a file be “checked out” or “locked” in some way so that the other three people cannot edit the document or accept the task?  Is there a way to notify the other three that that person #2 has accepted the task?



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