I’ve been doing a fair bit of work with Declarative (SPD) Workflow just recently and packaging these up into Visual Studio deployment solutions, this post is a collection of things I’ve learnt about the process of authoring SPD workflows, exporting these from SPD and placing them into Visual Studio solutions for deployment. Reference: SharePoint: Deploy … Continue reading New Learnings Deploying SharePoint Reusable Workflows with a Feature
While prototyping an Approval process against listitems for a client, I had a need to remove (hide) the Approve/Reject ECB menu item for items in a specific list. Using the OOTB SharePoint 2010 Content Approval Workflow with Listitems. This workflow can be used to manage content approval for Listitems, but there is a caveat. The … Continue reading Hiding SharePoint ECB Menu Items for a Specific List
This post is about creating Workflow Associations declaratively using a CAML element declaration in a feature. Workflow associations can be created using code (and the SharePoint UI of course), and there are plenty of articles on the interwebz demonstrating this, today, while trolling through an exported site template, I discovered that you can create Workflow Associations using … Continue reading Creating SharePoint Declarative Workflow Associations using a Feature
In this post we will package and deploy a Globally Reusable Workflow using a Visual Studio 2010/2012 project, once built the workflow will be activated using a feature. We will not discuss creating, customizing or designing workflows as this is covered more than adequately all over the internet. Reference: How to: Import and Package a … Continue reading SharePoint: Deploy a Declarative Globally Reusable Workflow with a Feature using Visual Studio
When using Nintex Workflow 2007, you can create constant values at the site and site collection levels which you can reference and use within your own workflows. You can create a workflow constant at Site Settings > Manage Workflow Constants > Add Workflow Constant Creating workflow constants programmatically in code, is somewhat under documented, … Continue reading SharePoint: Creating Nintex Workflow Constants and Credential Constants
Programmatically associating a Workflow with a given configuration (Workflow association data) with a List or Document Library. Marco André Silva : SharePoint Associating a Workflow to a list.