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Creating workflow for documents

  Asked By: Sheldon    Date: Sep 23    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 7082

Is there a way to implement workflow to a document library withough
creating custom event handlers? Maybe as a Web part or a property on
the doc library? The standard workflow processes such as approval,
rejection, and pend would be sufficient. There seems to be a little
documentation on this for SPS 2001 but nothing for SPS2003 with WSS.



3 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Heena Desai     Answered On: Sep 23

Event handlers  are the only built-in workflow  in SPS2003 and/or WSS. There are
several 3rd party vendors that do this, such as SourceCode, Captaris, etc.

Answer #2    Answered By: Manuel Crawford     Answered On: Sep 23

well there are third party web  parts and stuffs,
secondly there is a msdn article for it using
infopath, wss and biztalk well its a complete case
study but i guess it could be implemented, that is it
by far i know till now, me and my tema had been busy
in building a system for it so it could integrate with
SPS, but it is not a web part  but it will showing
document related information in a web part........i
guess all this was helpful

Answer #3    Answered By: Indraneel Haldar     Answered On: Sep 23

You may want to look at some of the projects on gotdotnet that deal with
workflow - they may give you a good starting point. For example:-

SharePoint workflow  Libraries -

Workflow lite -

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