Having customized Approval forms in the past that were related to Share Point custom lists, I thought this would be relatively straightforward; it turns out that the process is a bit different between lists and document libraries.
To get started, you will need to open Share Point Designer and navigate to the appropriate Share Point site.
This magnificent feature was introduced with Windows Server 2012, and it is a perfect match for Hyper-V.
This blog post was inspired by a message from Tech Republic member [email protected] I am desperately trying to figure out how to select a choice in a field in the beginning of my form and pre-fill the default values for other fields in the form based on that first dropdown choice." To dynamically fill in Word fields from an Access table based on the contents of another Word field, you'll need a Word form, an Access table with data, and some Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code. (The example form is named Example and is included in the download version of this blog post.) Open the form and enable macros if prompted.
What benefit is there in opening processes up to human error when you can have the systems babysit themselves?
That’s why I’m surprised that there’s so little written about Cluster-Aware Updating (CAU).
Right-click the Approval-Share Point 2010 workflow and select Copy and Modify.
Add the name of the workflow (in my case, “Demonstrate Custom Columns on Approval Form”) and select the Content Type.