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Oct
22
comment Approval Workflow for SP2013 foundation using Workflow Manager
Me personally I have went both routes and I prefer for simple workflows even multi-level approval workflows to use SharePoint Designer. I used a rule list to dynamically power my approval workflows up to 6 levels. If you need more capabilities you can always use .NET and design a feature
Oct
22
answered Approval Workflow for SP2013 foundation using Workflow Manager
Oct
16
comment Workflow automtically starts when an item is created despite it being unchecked in Start Options
Check the ULS log and see if you see the workflow start or any errors.
Oct
15
answered Workflow automtically starts when an item is created despite it being unchecked in Start Options
Oct
9
comment Approve workflow tasks for multiple items from a view of approved items list
I need to try to mock up his solution tonight when I get a chance.
Oct
9
comment Approve workflow tasks for multiple items from a view of approved items list
That sucks bad. I revised my answer. In SharePoint 2013 they have a new framework you can use to write managed code in SharePoint.
Oct
9
revised Approve workflow tasks for multiple items from a view of approved items list
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Oct
9
comment Approve workflow tasks for multiple items from a view of approved items list
So you can't publish farm solutions using SharePoint-Online
Oct
9
comment Approve workflow tasks for multiple items from a view of approved items list
I don't think the workflow would proceed using this manner. I had the same issue before and had to create my on service hosted within sharepoint.
Oct
9
comment Approve workflow tasks for multiple items from a view of approved items list
Not necessarily you could publish the service with the other services available with SharePoint unless he is using SharePoint on Office 365
Oct
8
comment CAML Query not limiting rows
You need to make sure that the Web application associated with the site does not have a row limit more than what you expect.
Oct
8
answered Approve workflow tasks for multiple items from a view of approved items list
Oct
7
comment Creating new site columns or renaming existing ones,, which approach I should follow
This makes a lot of sense. I can see your reasoning. I would suggest creating new columns then
Oct
7
comment Creating new site columns or renaming existing ones,, which approach I should follow
Yeah in that specific scenario but you should have more control over the changes you apply to the columns. even if you created a new site column and someone renames it the same will happen regardless.
Oct
7
comment Creating new site columns or renaming existing ones,, which approach I should follow
Me personally I prefer to create new site columns for my new content types.
Oct
7
comment Creating new site columns or renaming existing ones,, which approach I should follow
Yes only the content types that have been changed. So if you created a new content type called inheritedIssue and changed the duedate to teminationdate it will only affect the inheritedIssue content type and not the Issue content type. Simply inherit from the content types that sharepoint provides if you want to customize them and don't modify the originals.
Oct
7
comment SP2010 - Cannot add users through user interface
can you post what the ULS log says using the correlation id of the error message.
Oct
7
comment Creating new site columns or renaming existing ones,, which approach I should follow
If you create a content type that inherits from issue content type and then you rename the Due Date column it will only affect the inherited content type and not the base content type Issue. I hope I answered that correctly
Oct
6
answered Creating new site columns or renaming existing ones,, which approach I should follow