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However, we need to hook the event Item Updating to know whether the approval status is going to be changed Item updated is fried once the update is done. But fortunately, we have kept the old value of Approval Status field in Old Status field during Item Updating event as shown in step 2. In the code below, list Needs To Attached Notitification Receivers is array of list names which needs to attach the event receivers.
In Feature Activating you need to check first if the event is already registered.
Another important difference from the former one is that at the scheduling conflict it was an end-user issue (a business user caused the conflict in the project plan scheduling), and in the case I’m writing about now, it was a mistake of an administrator plus a suboptimal code block in Queue: General Queue Job Failed (26000) – Managed Mode Task Synchronization. Details: id=’26000′ name=’General Queue Job Failed’ uid=’46918ff3-3719-e611-80f4-005056b44e32′ Job UID=’adcad466-44bd-444b-a803-073fd12a2426′ Computer Name=’4fc61930-ef50-461b-b9ef-084a666c61ca’ Group Type=’Managed Mode Task Synchronization’ Message Type=’Synchronize Task List In Managed Mode Message’ Message Id=’1′ Stage=” Correlation UID=’cd56b408-a303-0002-d428-98cd03a3d101′.
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Run As Process(Code To Run Elevated secure Code) at Microsoft. Forms including different pieces of information are submitted by users and this data must be approved by another users.
Run With Elevated Privileges(Wait Callback secure Code, Object param) at Microsoft. The second part of the code is about creating and injecting the contexts: On the week I got a task for creating a simple routing workflow.
The workflow itself is not important here, the main point is that the data submitted is different but the workflow should be common.
One of my client wanted to get notification on the following scenarios: 1.
On Item Add/Update: If a user edit an item and item goes to pending status as the item needs approval, the approving teams need to be notified that an item is waiting for their approval. On Item Approved: If the approving team approve the item,the user who added/updated the item needs to be notified. On Item rejected: If the approving team reject the item, the user who added/updated the item needs to be notified with reasons why the item rejected.
It sounds good, but to tell the truth I’ve never tried that before and found no information on the web (except this MSDN forum thread after my tests) about whether the event receiver settings would be propagated to child content types or not.
Now I planned that the workflow would be associated with a parent content type that would contain only the fields required by the workflow, and child content types would be “inherited” from the parent to add form data.
Root Cause : The issue is with the Prog Id property, Prog Id is blank or no value Work Around : Prog Id property set to ‘Share Point. Approach 1 : You can create an event receiver which sets the Prog Id property set to ‘Share Point.