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Workflows, Locked tasks.

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 07, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hi all,

I know there is a lot questions about this problem: "This task is currently locked by a running workflow and cannot be edited."

I tried a lot too, but still no success.

However my problem is a bit different from most. I have WF witch starts when item is created, it create a WF task then and waits till it is completed. Everything is ok ( i can edit WF task), but after I complete this WF task AND  edit it one time (at this first edit no "locked error"), no more edits available (I get "currently locked error"...)

Any suggestions?




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First of all I am totally new using sharepoint so is quite possible that my question seems a bit stupid, sorry...well here it is... I am developer and my company wants to use sharepoint to manage the life cycle of a particular kind of projects. This projects have all  the same features:

 

*There are differente phases

 

*To complete one of the phase is needed to fill some doc template and to attache some documents.

 

* It has to be possible to set deadlines for the phases

 

There are more features such as security accesss and these kind of things but the three above are the most important. Well my question is simple, what shoud I use to develope this?... I have seen project tasks, workflows but I am not sure I can use just one of this or both or others.

 

As you can see I am quite lost here..

 

Thanks a lot for you help


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