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I have created a custom list with work flow associated with that. The workflow takes the item through different levels of approval.
My workflow scenario is like Say an initiator add an item, which will go to manager for approval. When the manager approves, few columns in the current list will get updated. On manager approval it will be forwarded to head of department. Again when the
Dept head takes an action, the column values of the list get updated. For all these users i have set Contribute permission. But the problem is that an item started by an initiator should not be editable or deleted by other users using the pull down menu that
appears for each item. Only the owner of the item and manager should have permission to edit it using the pull down menu. When i tried changing the edit access for the item through Advance settings-->Item level permission --Edit access being set to "Only
their own" while manager or dept head approving i get an access denied error message.
Can any one please suggest me what is the work around for this?
In this column, Brian Randell explains how to build a simple Work Item explorer and demonstrates the core operations needed to add work item support when building your own add-in.
Brian A. Randell
MSDN Magazine April 2007
I want to apply a css class to the level 1 menu item (parent) when it or any or it's children are selected.
I've looked at MSDN documentation and any number of examples and walkthroughs but I haven't come up with a way of managing this. I was thinking something like this might work but the style is not being applied to the parent. To further complicate matters, if I try to apply a css style to StaticSelectedStyle it doesn't pick it up at all.
<StaticSelectedStyle Font-Bold="True" ForeColor="#3333CC" />
protected void MenuItemClick_NavMenu(Object sender, MenuEventArgs e)
MenuItem parentItem = e.Item.Parent;
if (parentItem != null)
parentItem.Selected = true;
i need to set permission to the List item that Item should be able to edit by Item Created User, and should be viewable by the Sharepoint groups that User selects when creating a New Item
How can i achieve this ?
Thanks and Regards,
Has anyone successfully implemented item-level security in a SharePoint list using column values as the decision criteria? I realize this isn't out of the box functionality and would need to be custom coded.
For example, let's say that we have one document library that stores all of the HR documents about every employee in the company. One of the columns in the properties of the document stores which Office that employee reports to. There are HR staff that support each Office and should only have access to the files of employees who report to the same office that they do.
I know an option would be to create separate library or folder structures for each Office, but I'm curious if anyone has attempted to secure items or documents using properties instead.
There were tons of discussions and blog posts about User Profile Synch service never starting. And now it appears that this is not even supposed to work....
I want to create an app that replaces the existing paper-form based expenses reimbursement process with a SharePoint solution.
I have created a content type called an Expense Form Set ( it includes an excel sheet for the user to enter expenses and also includes any digitised receipts associated with the claim )
The claimant can create an expense form set in an Expense claims document library and the Expense Claims Approver is notified, they approve or reject and reimburse if necessary.
however there is a stumbling block.
How do we prevent anyone else other than the person who submitted the claim and the person who needs to approve/reject from seeing the expense claim.
Is turning on content approval the only way to do this.
If so then the act of approving the content will make it visible to anyone else who has view or contribute access to the library.
thanks and regards,
I have already developed Silverlight application in SharePoint 2010 using client object model.
But I have one scenario that user can comment on the item, so there is a update operation come in picture for user, but user have read only permission to site.
So please help me resolved this problem.
We can use Run with elevated privileges method in SP object model. I think Silverlight client object model don’t support this method.
Is there any alternative workaround to solve this problem?
i wrote a little application to helps me to script the whole database with their tables;stored procedures; indexes; ...Here is my code
Dim objServer As New Server("MyServer")
Dim objDatabase As Database
Dim objCollString As System.Collections.Specialized.StringCollection = Nothing
Dim objFile As New FileStream("c:\Documents and Settings\USER\Desktop\CreateAlyceDatabaseByApp.sql", FileMode.Create, FileAccess.Write)
Dim objFileWriter As New StreamWriter(objFile)
objServer.ConnectionContext.LoginSecure = True
objDatabase = objServer.Databases("myDataBase")
objCollString = objDatabase.Script()
For Each strScript As String In objCollString
objFileWriter.WriteLine("USE [" & objDatabase.Name & "]")
objFileWriter.WriteLine("-- SCHEMA SCRIPTS")
For Each objschema As Schema In objDatabase.Schemas
If Not objschema.Name.StartsWit
Does SharePoint out of the box has any reports that report the change of permission to list/list item?
User A change the permission of List Item A by adding a new user
User B change the permission of List Item A by removing a user
Thank in advance.