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Feb
13
answered SharePoint Designer Workflow to Visio > Works but visio is missing
Feb
10
comment Sharepoint Ribbon for view item form going full option
I guess that just comes from the base your webpart is build on. Kind of out-of-the-box features with this type of webpart. Did you build this custom WebPart by using a blank one and adding functionality? Did you try different ootb webParts? Did they look different?
Feb
10
answered Workflow for CustomList
Feb
9
comment Workflow for CustomList
My suggestions are that somehow the list definition might include an inproper part. Or the definition lacks something that overrides its definition. Because the workflow is without content, so it shouldn't be the reason. Okay, I think you need to work on your list definition. Because even after retracting wf, your definition is gone away and list properties keeps it but throws errors. But I don't know how.
Feb
9
comment Workflow for CustomList
So I'm off, I have no idea why it happens. Just for general hints on workflows, I copy this here: 1stquad.com/sharepoint-kompetenz-erfahrung-know-how/blog/… First I used Infopath, later I switched to ASP.NET for my needs.
Feb
9
comment Workflow for CustomList
okay, here I start to struggle a bit. Because I have no experience with custom lists. Beside your small mistake <choice>12choice> I can only assume that you did a well definition. I took you list definition, build a list, take a look at "Add new item", looked as you said. Way one: defined the workflow inside same solution, looked the same. Way second: defined the workflow in new solution: looked as you described. I filled it in and - well, list definition was for hell.
Feb
9
comment Workflow for CustomList
Thanks for that code, but - there is nothing in it, and it shouldn't do anything. I'm really surprised. The list definition is done manually, right? Is there any data already inside? I would just retract and delete and start again. I have no logical idea what to do. And further development doing only with F5 for higher chance of empty cache.
Feb
9
comment Workflow for CustomList
can you please add also your wf code? the page where you have public Workflow(). BEcause usually there all actions take place, the Elements.xml is not needed for that.
Feb
9
comment Workflow for CustomList
Thanks for update, but I don't think that it is based here. I had a lot of trouble with caching, so how do you deploy? Just pressing F5 or right-click and deploy?
Feb
9
comment Workflow for CustomList
K, which rights do you have on this list? I have did what you did, starting an empty workflow on item create - but nothing unusual, I can fill all fields.
Feb
9
comment Workflow for CustomList
thanks for your pictures. Thats hm funny or ridiculous. So you have an approval workflow, right? And your WF is set to start a task to someone that has rights to approve changes? What happens, if you put your name into the requested field from wf (Name)? What steps did you declare in your wf? Can you start your wf manually? For debugging purpose it will help. Sorry for deleted comment, wanted to add, but was to late.
Feb
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Feb
9
answered AD security groups renamed. PeoplePicker in Sharepoint 2010 still shows old values
Feb
9
comment Workflow for CustomList
What do you mean with "changed"? Sounds like you want to say that they have no longer any icon? And 6. Checked with .. you mean lists, not libraries, right? You haven't mentioned, but did you defined new buttons aka CustomAction? But you can start your workflow as intended?
Feb
6
revised Conditionally Show/Hide/Disable Custom Workflow Action Buttons
Summarising answers of his comments to precise question.
Feb
6
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Feb
2
comment Conditionally Show/Hide/Disable Custom Workflow Action Buttons
Ah, okay, I didn't read that out from your question. You should edit it to what you wrote here in comment. Well, as far as I experienced, it would be quite challenging. Why? Because When I build something using VS, I was not able to see anything using SPD. The other way round I have no idea how to find out the IDs of SPD-elements. E.g., all SPD-Workflows ends up in WrkFl.aspx or something like that.
Feb
2
answered Conditionally Show/Hide/Disable Custom Workflow Action Buttons
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