When i use the Approval Workflow, and assign it to an AD group. There is only one task created with the AD Group. How can i get it to create individual tasks for each person in the AD Group? Thank you for your help!
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I've been pounding my head against the desk about this all afternoon. I have a simple workflow attached to a document library that runs on item creation. All it does is start the approval process on the current item and emails me and a few other
people a task (in parallel). I have another workflow attached to the document library that runs on modify and it looks to see what the Approval Status of the Current Item is. If the Approval Status is Approved, the workflow copies the item
to another library then deletes the current item. Same with rejected (only sends it to another library). Pending does nothing. I modified the Completed step in the approval workflow to modify the item (to make sure the second workflow
All that works except, no matter what the Approval Status is alway Approved! Even when first create the item and run the approval process, the item comes out as approved. I even explicately set the Approval Status to Pending at the beginning
of the first WF, but right after that, the item reverts back to being Approved. How do I make the item be Pending until everyone has responded to the approval task? I kinda thought that was the default procedure...
I am currently analyzing the workflow capabilities available in SharePoint Foundation (free version). One of the business needs my company has is that they would like to be able to submit a document that goes through an approval process. For
examples user1 adds the document then next another user or multiple users are sent an email stating that they need to go into SharePoint and approve this document, then it might be routed for more approval, etc. My question is does the version I am currently
working with support the use of an "approval" type workflow? Do I need to upgrade to the pay version? Thanks in advance.
I have a requirement where in i have a webapplication which consists more than 10 site collections.Users mapped to a particular role got provision to create a new site under these site collections.The process should be like when the previleged users creates
the site,it should go for one or more rounds of approval and the corresponding site should ge t created when the final round of approval is done.I want this to be implemented in MOSS 2007.
Can some tell where i can go ahead with OOB features or Visual studio workflows?
Thanks in Advance.
I created 'Custom List' at TFS Sharepoint portal and i want to attach workflow to approve the created item. Can someone pls suggest me
1. Is there any available workflow template to download and attached to Custom List.
2. The approval process is 2 step.
2.1. User creates or initiates the form.
2.2. Supervisor must approve or reject the form.
2.3. If Supervisor approved, Manager has to approve or reject the form.
I appreciate if someone can suggest me for the workflow template or guide to build the code.
When I put two "Start Approval Process" in a parallel block in SharePoint Designer, i always receive the following message message when I try to close one of the task generated:
Due to heavy load, the latest workflow operation has been queued. It will attempt to resume at a later time
I tried the same workflow on several different environments.
I want to build multi-language website in asp.net 2008 and asp.net 2010. So, which process is better for building application? Using either Local and Global Resource or New Folder to make separate according to language?
Application performance should be good and also easy manageable.
Please suggest me in which way I will build the application either using resource or folder. If there is any other better solution then please share.
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