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  Asked By: Reuben    Date: Jan 09    Category: MOSS    Views: 514

I never came across any workflow related issues in
this group. Can anyone tell me any articles that helps
me programme sps workflow. I am also looking for an
article to integrate sharepoint with Exchange server



7 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Brooke Lewis     Answered On: Jan 09

Thank you in advance for your support. I hade a problem when I start to create
Workflow ( approval ) after I filled the first page with workflow name and other
details and click next to finalize it give me a message “session state is not
available” what can I do to fix it

Answer #2    Answered By: Talia Johns     Answered On: Jan 09

You need to uncomment the line
<add name="Session"

in web.config file of the Site. You can find the tag
under httpmodules.

Answer #3    Answered By: Tera Callahan     Answered On: Jan 09

That may work, but it will only treat the symptom, not the problem. The
built-in approval workflow does not require Web Session State. I use
them regularly on sites where Web Session state is NOT implemented since
this is the default for SharePoint. I'm not sure what the problem
actually is, but Session state should not be required.

Answer #4    Answered By: Mark Davis     Answered On: Jan 09

I need to create work flow system access from share point site as web I tried
by InfoPath 2007 but it didn’t work like I need it’s published as InfoPath file
with library could you help me with procedure to create web access workflow
system on share point
I kindly appreciate your support in advance
Notes : I’m a beginner in Share Point

Answer #5    Answered By: Delilah Mcpherson     Answered On: Jan 09

do approvers assigned to workflow get approval rights implicitly

Answer #6    Answered By: Gobinda Navalagi     Answered On: Jan 09

No. Approvers that are assigned in a workflow have nothing to do with
Approval rights in SharePoint. As a matter of fact, they get no permissions
assigned at all. Approvers that you assign in a workflow are simply people
that you are saying need to say yeah or nay to the content of a document. It
is possible to assign someone as an approver in a workflow who doesn't even
have access to the library where the document is stored, and therefore can't
even open it.

Workflow approvers and the approval permission are completely separate

Answer #7    Answered By: Rose Silva     Answered On: Jan 09

I had a requirement recently where the workflow needed to grant permissions
to a user who's name appeared in the Approvers field. Depending on which
version of SharePoint you are using, will determine the approach you need to
take. If you are using WSS v3 or MOSS 2007 you need to look at the Useful
SharePoint Activities on CodePlex. If you are using SharePoint 2010 take a
look at the impersonation step and add list item permissions.

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