where may i define the basic content approval on a list q library?
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If content approval is turned on, the Add Comment section displays a fairly ugly notification. Is there any way I can customize that section through e.g. CSS or SPDesigner?
I'd like to change at least the text, and preferably the yellow exclamation image, and also the background if possible.
Either I don't know what SharePoint is doing or I don't know what I'm doing (or both, which is more likely).
I'm attempting to create a Custom Document Library template with a custom content type association (Custom Document), all using a feature. When I create
a document library based on the installed template, the content type association is there. However, when I click on New Custom Document, the template.dotx does not reflect the Custom Document content type association. The Word document information panel does
not show any Custom Document content type properties (like Title and Comments).
Here are the steps I've taken:
1. Create the feature.xml with element manifests of contentType.xml and CustomDocumentLibrary.xml
2. Create the contentType.xml (Custom Document) with an additional field reference for Comments
3. Create the CustomDocumentLibrary.xml for the list template
4. Create a Custom Document Library subfolder that contains the same files that are in the 12\TEMPLATE\FEATURES\DocumentLibrary\doclib folder.
5. Edit the schema.xml to use the new content type and field reference
6. Deploy and activate the feature
7. Create a new "Custom Document Library"
8. Go to Custom Document Library Settings and verify the Custom Document content type is being used
9. Click on New Custom D
I have a document library that 'Require content approval for submitted items', 'Creates major and minor versions' and also 'Only users who can approve items' see draft versions.
My problem is, if I check out a minor version and then check it back in again as a major version it then requires Approval, this is correct however I (the user trying to check in the major version) is able to Approve the item, this does not make sense.
If an item is requireing approval is there any way to remove the Approve/Reject option for the user that initiated the approval?
I am trying to deploy two custom list definitions using only one single feature. Below are the details of my issue.
When I deploy my solution in this configuration, the second list definition gets the first custom content type applied to it and the list schema from the first list definition is also applied to the second list definition.
What makes this more interesting, when I seperate both of the list definitions under two seperate features it all works fine. Custom content types and list schemas get applied correctly.
Can anyone tell me why I can not deploy both list definitions under one single feature?
If you need me to post any of the origional code or XML to this post please let me know.
I have created a form library named "A" where I store all the info-path forms submitted by a certain group of people. In that form library I created a column "status". When the form is submitted the value of status will be "0".
Once a person approves this form I am changing the status value to "1". If the value is changed to "1", that form should be copied or transferred to another form library named "B".
How can I implement this logic ? Any help...