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What is the difference of Basic Worklow and Advanced Workflow?

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 19, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
 

What is the difference of Basic Worklow and Advanced Workflow?

With regards to their functionalities, capabilities and limitations?

 

And To what extent of complexity MOSS 2007 or Moss 2010 workflow can perform?




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The following article describes how to change view of a browser enabled InfoPath form based on the current status of a workflow: Design a form to respond to a workflow status
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But, I have created a custom workflow using SharePoint Designer (SPD) and according to the some responses to my following post, , the workflow column in a custom workflow cannot be modified to display the values “Approved”, “Rejected” etc.

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The following article describes how to change view of a browser enabled InfoPath form based on the current status of a workflow: Design a form to respond to a workflow status
The article uses an Out-of-the-box (OOB) workflow and its workflow column.

But, I have created a custom workflow using SharePoint Designer (SPD) and according to the some responses to my following post, , the workflow column in a custom workflow cannot be modified to display the values “Approved”, “Rejected” etc.

How can I then change the views of a browser enabled InfoPath form based on the current status of a workflow. I want to display the form as follows:

  1. Make it read only once it has been submitted.
  2. Make it Green once it has been approved
  3. Make it Red if it was rejected

Thanks……..


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