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I am having the same problem(or seems to be the same error) as in this article but I not sure where to check for this.

I am using sharepoint 2010 and made a custom workflow through Visual Studios 2010.

I cannot find what they are talking about.

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Where is it in 2007? It's not on the association settings page. I'm trying to set it in a SP Designer workflow. – Clem Oct 7 '12 at 17:10

The option discussed in the article is part of the Workflow Association process when you configure a workflow on a list or library. The first screen (which is standard for all workflows) has an option where you can set that the workflow completion also sets content approval (its just a checkbox) on the same form where you define if you wnat the workflow to start manually, automatically, etc.

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This setting is not there in Sharepoint 2010 Foundation – user14168 Jan 16 '13 at 7:32
Content approval is a publishing feature so yes, this option is only available on SharePoint Server 2010, but it is also only applicable on site with publishing features enabled. – Chris Beckett Jan 18 '13 at 3:54

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