[Crosspost from StackExchange.]
I'm working on a project that is basically a file upload "wizard" that basically does the following:
Entry form to select document library and enter some basic info. Enter additional library-specific information. Tie in some calendar events.
My goals are:
- Create this as a sandbox solution using Visual Studio
- Avoid hacks and reinventing existing functionality as much as possible.
Some SP features I have run across that might be useful:
- Content organizer feature.
- Association forms.
- Declarative workflows.
Possible approaches I've considered:
A content organizer library that kicks off a workflow on submission. Not sure what the user experience for this would be like. Really hoping to keep to a single link -> Next -> Next -> Done kind of approach.
A declarative workflow with custom actions containing all the complexity.
An association form in front of the built-in document upload form for each library with a follow-on association form for calendar events.
Is this feasible and if so which approach is simplest?