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Before That i suggest one condition, Trim Assigned to Column (Group having Current User or Created by User).


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Uninherit the list Give access to whoever needs it. If it's a large group I suggest using an AD security group. Give them the direct link or post the link elsewhere that they can navigate to it. They will not be able to navigate to the site that it's hosted on.


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You can remove "Completed" field from current view and it will take away the mark as completed check box. Edit view, you should be seeing "Completed" field selected, just uncheck that and save the view. Hope this helps, mark this as answer if it did...


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Workflow tasks are designed to be assigned to a single person or group only. If you are using the new Custom Task or Approval Process actions, they support expanding groups to assign a seperate task to each member of a group.


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You can create a task, then initiate a workflow, assign the group in the workflow and then check the Expand Groups option to assign a task to each member of the group.


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Here is one technique from MSDN forums: Create a new custom column of type User and Group. Check the "Allow multiple selections" option. Add users and/or groups to the new column created in step 1. Ref: How to assign values to workflow task person or group custom field? You can adjust the My Tasks view on the task list to show where new column is equal ...


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I had the same problem, but this solution worked for me SP Designer WF Email doesn't go to SP Group All you have to do is: - Give everyone view acces to the group Go to the Group Settings, then, set everyone on "Who can view the membership of the group?", click OK - Add read permissions for the Sharepoint group to the site. Just be sure to give "read" ...


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I've seen this happen when the group is not a Security Group, just a Distribution List. Sometimes DL don't even get resolved in the People Picker. Please check with your AD admins and try to persuade them to make the group a Security Group if it's not. Could help.


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I think you have two "no code" options to do this, but both require some scripting (which to me is code): Have mypage.aspx be an initiation page for a SharePoint Designer workflow. You'd set the initiation values for the workflow in the page, probably using some script to get the value for Reference and pass it into the workflow. Do the whole thing with ...


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You can set the view of Infopath form from a column/field in its formload event ... Through workflow update the column using the action 'Update list item'


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out of the box I'm unaware of a solution but you could use a related list and add either a workflow or event handler to automatically update the status of the parent task.


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By default it is displayed for 2 days. You can override it with STSADM: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc287681(office.12).aspx If you are using SharePoint 2010, you should also be able to override it using PowerShell.


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If you want a view of overdue tasks which have not been completed, you do not need the start date. You need the current date, and the Target Completion Date. If current date > Target Completion Date, the task goes on the list. Not sure why you're referring to End Date (Actual End Date). Once there's an Actual End Date, that means the task is done - it was ...


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I think you should be using the ItemDeleting event to get the name of the task. Since ItemDeleted event happens after the item is deleted you cannot get information about something that already does not exists. There is a reference about the event properties : ...


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you should use SPUser field type in this situation. newTask["AssignedTo"] = web.EnsureUser("Domain\Username");


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This is specific to Issues Lists and Tasks Lists. There is a setting the List Settings -> Advanced Settings that lists if you would like to email the assigned user upon creating the item. Picture is from 2007, but the same setting is across all versions. To answer your question, if you have a list that doesn't derive from the parent Tasks/Issues list, ...


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This will require some customization. There are two "easy" routes you can take, depending on your comfort level If you know jQuery, you could throw a script on the page to find the links to the project details, and change them to go to the tasks list, filtered by the project. If you don't, you can use SharePoint designer and convert the web part to a ...


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The easy solution is to let the workflow set a Status column based on the state and then create views based on that Status column (could just be one view grouped on the column)


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From the way you phrased it, the issue has improved since you tried that fix correct? If not, or if you just want to be complete in your debugging, I would open up SharePoint Manager 2010 (or download it from codeplex if you don't have it) and check the version of the workflow by navigating to the associated list, as well as looking for anything that was ...


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I've come across this before, I think there is a way to check for workflow locks on tasks - checkout the code on this blog post http://geek.hubkey.com/2007/09/locked-workflow.html. I tried to implement this but wasn't successful, hopefully you might have more luck ! Ian.


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I assume this is 2007? You could check the number of tasks in your task list which is suggested as one of the causes by the following article: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/2271.sharepoint-2007-workflow-this-task-is-currently-locked-by-a-running-workflow-and-cannot-be-edited-en-us.aspx Don't know if that will help.


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You have to create a List with a List Schema (Template) where you can specify which Forms are to be used. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa543477.aspx Refer to Forms Element. You can do it manually using Sharepoint Manager 2010 or similar tool. Hope it helps! Best Regards


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If I understood your question correctly, this article would answer your question. Basically you enable the group footers in order to display the "Count" of each group. Then you can modify XSL to fine tune the "Count" to how ever you wish it to be.


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Workflow should be able to achieve what you need.


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There are a few libraries out in the wild that create PDF files from ASP.NET pages. What you could do is have an application page that displays your tasks in the form of a datatable or SPGridView, and uses one of those PDF libraries to write that page to a PDF. Here's an example: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/aspnet/Creating_PDF_documents_in.aspx Here's a ...


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1) Totally do-able from PowerShell. 2) No, IMO it's a good use of the task list. However some Devs might prefer using Tasks in TFS. For the PowerShell, as pseudo script, you'll need to fix the correct field name and input data formats etc (use SharePoint Manager to find what the field names are) #use the url of the site with your task list e.g ...


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I'd say that one way you can definitely do this is by calling the Lists.asmx web service with your PowerShell script and adding items to the task list via that web service call. The nice thing about using the web service is that it doesn't require that you run the script directly on a SharePoint server in the farm, you just need to do it from a computer that ...


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You can set the Assigned To field to allow multiple values or use a workflow to send an email to the person in your other column.


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I actually solved this issue by creating two fields and a workflow in SharePoint designer. I added one field for Current Comments, and another field for Comment History. The Comment History was created with "Add to all content types" unchecked. Then I created a list workflow with two steps that runs if Current Comments is not blank 1> Set Comments History ...



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