I want to create a Custom Association Form for a workflow in visual studio, how can i do it?
I want to create a Custom Association Form with two buttons Acept and cancel.
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I need to create a simple workflow using Visual Studio 2010.
Workflow having following activities:
1. Create a task assign to workflow initiator. This task have one dropdown field with two choice (Approved,Rejected).
2. Wait for the task change.
3. In Task edit form, only title and custom drop-down field are visible. User need to select from one of the choice and complete the task.
I have a requirement where i need to build a visual studio for sharepoint workflow where i can send email from different address as we have on the code plex like this..
http://spdactivities.codeplex.com/(Send Email Extended - Enhaced version of the OOTB activity. Allows you to specify the sender. Also does not break links in body.)
I need to achieve the same using Visual studio workflow.
I am a new bie to Visual studio workflow.Can anyone point me to any good article to achieve it.\
I have couple of question to experts here in sharepoint.
I created a custom list & given add, view anonymous access in our intranet site.
then i went to our public site & submitted the item i get error saying
" An unexpected error has occured" instead of showing the allitem.aspx for custom list.
But item is submitted in sharepoint custom list.
i collected following infomation in the event log
General 8nca Verbose Application error when access /testsite/Lists/test/NewForm.aspx, Error=Server Out Of
Memory There is no memory on the server to run your program. Please contact your administrator with this problem. at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequestInternalClass.AddOrUpdateItem(String bstrUrl, String bstrListName, Boolean bAdd, Boolean
bSystemUpdate, Boolean bPreserveItemVersion, Boolean bUpdateNoVersion, Int32& plID, String& pbstrGuid, Guid pbstrNewDocId, Boolean bHasNewDocId, String bstrVersion, Object& pvarAttachmentNames, Object& pvarAttachmentContents, Object& pvarProperties,
Boolean bCheckOut, Boolean bCheckin, Boolean bMigration, Boolean bPublish) at Microsoft.SharePoint.Librar
After i developed a custom project server workflow using vs 2010, i tried to deploy it using this article
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff459292.aspx and everything done great (Add, Install and Activiate) .. when i tried to debug from VS 2010 i got this error while deploying
Error 6 Error occurred in deployment step 'Activate Features': Feature with Id 'c34364d9-0323-4e46-98c1-d74f638e6c7d' is not installed in this farm, and cannot be added to this scope.
0 0 WorkflowProject1
i'm pretty sure that the Guids are the same ... and i got the same error when i tried to activate the feature from VS 2010 directly
here is my feature xml (inside VS 2010)
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 am new to this forum and found some interesting facts which helped me, so i thought i might get some help on my requirement.
I need to develop a form in asp.net(in windows XP) and on click of a button should call the workflow in SP designer(2007) already created say(a three state workflow for mailing set of recipients).
The front end (form in asp.net) is only viewed and other things has to be in background. So, when a student clicks a button then a workflow is automatically be called and also emails are sent.
Another question is Can we create workflows from Infopath 2007 and WSS 3.0. Are infopath services available in WSS 3.0?
Any help is appreciated.Thanks
i want to change the layout of the blog display in the following layout of display
<TABLE border=0 rules=none cellspacing=0 cellpadding=2>
<TD height=95 rowspan=2 width=95 align=middle><A href="<SOURCE URL>" target=”_blank”><IMG border=0 src="<PICTURE URL>"></A></TD>
<TD><STRONG>Source: <A href="<SOURCE URL>" target=”_blank”><SOURCE NAME></A> | </strong><A href="<SOURCE URL>" target=”_blank”>Rea
I have to create Workflow in Visual Studio 2008. I guess will be easy to support workflow with forms created as ASPX forms.
I found a lot of articles how to create workflow with InfoPath forms but what about examples with ASPX forms?
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