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Posted By:      Posted Date: October 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hello!

I've been working a little bit with workflows in Sharepoint Designer 2010, and InfoPath 2010 for Sharepoint 2010. A teacher in the school requested the following feature.

  1. A student creates a document in the document library
  2. The student writes some text in the document, feel pleased with the text, and would like some from his/her teacher.
  3. The student presses a quickbutton in the ribbon, the workflow starts; first thing, the student select which teacher he/she want feedback from
  4. Teacher is notified on mail that the student want feedback on the document.
  5. Teacher logs in, enters workflowtask (is it really called so? Using Sharepoint in swedish so not sure), checks the document. Then the teacher write some comment, and saves the comment.
  6. The comment is associated with the document somehow, and the student gets notified.
So most parts is pretty easy, but what i haven't figured out yet, is how to store the comments to the document. If it never would be more than one comment for each document it would be easy, but i want to enable multiple comments. Like a thread associated with the document.




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