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Funny thing in WSS 3.0: three state workflow cannot be started on docs having check-out required
I was playing around with SharePoint Services 3.0 to build a demo site for a customer. I had a document library having the 'Require documents to be checked out before they can be edited? ' set to true. When I started a workflow manually on a document, I got 'Error ocurred', form the logs: 'Unexpected Microsoft.SharePoint.SPExce... The file "abc.docx" is not checked out. You must first check out this document before making changes.'. Fine, I checked out a doc and tried to start the workflfow again. ......

Posted On Tuesday, February 19, 2008 9:36 AM

Assembly form a template conflicts with a same named assembly form another template during MOSS workflow deployment
If during the installation of a workflow feature using InfoPath forms you receive a warning message in the form 'The assembly assmbl1.dll from form template templ1.xsn(urn:....) conflicts with a same named assembly in form template templ2.xsn(urn:....). ' the reason is that one of the Info Path forms being deployed contains in the .xsn file an assembly which has the same fully qualified name as one of the already deployed assemblies. One reason could be that the assembly version property of the code ......

Posted On Monday, February 18, 2008 9:43 AM

Project Server 2007 assignment timephased data internals
I am involved, between others, in a PS 2003 -> PS 2007 migration project. We are close to the end, however, we had a request from the end users to have on the 'My tasks' page a web part having the folowing features: displays in a grid for a selectable month and year all the tasks assigned to the current user were the user reported work effort tasks are grouped by projects for every task and every day of the selected month the reported work is displayed with different color depending on the status ......

Posted On Thursday, February 7, 2008 5:11 AM

Project Server 2007 PSI: Find out the GUID of the cuurent user
Update: g. mipa gave me a much simplier solution: PSSvcResource.Resource myRes = new PSSvcResource.Resource(); GUID currUserID = new GUID(myRes.GetCurrentUserUi... My bad. Thank you! Obsolete: Can be done by: Get the current user from using the WSS 3.0 API Build the Microsoft.Office.Project.Se... instance using the current user's name Call the ReadResources method of the Resource PSI web service PSSvcResource.ResourceDataSet resourceDs = new PSSvcResource.ResourceDataS... // Create ......

Posted On Wednesday, February 6, 2008 12:35 AM

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