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I would like to ask if VS2008 Standard edition support the project type of SharePoint2007 sequential workflow?
I have a VS2008 Professional edition and it is Ok to create SharePoint2007 sequential workflow project and deply to MOSS2007 successfully.
Is it possible in a VS2008 Standard edition?
Thanks in advance.
I want to develop sequential workflow using visual studio 2005. I have development server with Windows Server 2003 x86 installed.
Could anyone advise will i need to install Sharepoint first to have workflow feature in visual studio.
Also what all extension component i need to install to develop Sequential Workflow for Sharepoint 2007 document library.
I've got a problem of creating Sharepoint 2007 Sequential Workflow via Visual Studio 2008.
I have a Visual Studio 2008 on my machine which is not the server machine (Window XP) and a server which has SharePoint Server. I had been assigned task to work on Sharepoint Workflow. So, I have decided to
create a project on my Visual Studio 2008, Sharepoint 2007 Sequential Workflow. But, I got the problem down here which blocked me.
"32-bit version of SharePoint Server is not installed. Please install a 32-bit version of SharePoint Server"
and following error in other system:
"Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c' or one of its dependencies"
- I am also not allowed to install Visual Studio 2008 on the server.
- I could not install Sharepoint Service 3.0 or SharePoint Server on my machine.
I hope you some body could help me with this matter.
Hi Every one !!
I am trying to send copy of a document for multiple directors at my client for their approval.
The director can approve the document at the same time.
Hence, I would like to know how to create a task to send emails for multiple people at the same time from a sharepoint workflow using visual studio 2008.
I see there is a parallel activity. But it gives me only 2 paths ( means would be able to send only for 2 users )
If creating a separate task to send emails for each user is an inefficient way, please let me know if there is another good way of sending emails to multiple users.
can anybody pls guide me where to "download Visual Studio 2008 extensions for Windows SharePoint Foundation" on server 2008 R2 ?
I would like to create a workflow which have 3 tasks.
First the workflow create a task and assigned this task to a user. The user has to choose 4 dates in the year.
For each date chosen of the year two tasks will be created. The first task will ask the user to arrange a meeting.
When the first task has been completed a second task is assigned to the user asking for some feedback of the meeting.
How can i loop these 4 dates easily ?
I am kind of starting with sharepoint 2007 application development. I've windows 2008 server with share point 2007 server. The machine i will be developing the app is windows xp with VS2008.
1 - How can I open/connect to a website in sharepoint from vs2008
2- Once connected, how can i debug my app it under vs2008
3- How can I upload my app to sharepoint site.
All I am trying to do is, write own custom web app for share point
Thank for taking time to answer this questions.
I have written a custom workflow in visual studio 2010 with custom Task Edit Form which is associated with content type and that content type is in turn associated with Task List. When an item is created in the target list to which my custom workflow is
attached, a task item is created when I click on that task item it loads the custom Task Edit Form page where I have defined the UI and on click of Approve button I just Alter the task by using method SPWorkflowTask.AlterTask(this._TaskListItem, taskHash,
true); when this line executed it executes the Task Changed invoked method where I am taking true and false value from the UI and updates the corresponding metadata in target list.
The problem is when I create 2 target list items their workflow status becomes pending and when I approve one of them, both the items get approved i.e. Task Changed event get called 2 times and both line items workflow status become completed. The task list
item corresponding to one approved get 100% completed but other one did not show its completion.
I'm curious if it's possible to use Visual Studio 2008 to develop ASP.NET pages/sites to run under
SharePoint 2010 ?
If not, then is it a good idea to use AJAX or IFrames and display dinamic content from ASP.NET pages on an organized
SharePoint 2010 pages?