Using workflows


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Using workflows

Workflow is one of those odd words that you know what the word means, but never quite sure what it does in a software product. In SharePoint, workflow is the idea that we can define a reusable process. We can define a series of tasks and questions that can be automated to occur when say a document is created or a list item is changed. Workflow is built-into SharePoint from the ground up. It's available in SharePoint Foundation, and you can think of that as almost having the plumbing or the framework of workflow is everywhere in every SharePoint site.

But what you then need is to have described workflows that can occur. And in SharePoint Server they actually define a few of them that are available. If I go into a document library, and I could do this pretty much on any document library on any site, in fact, Lists as well, and go to the Settings of this, I'll actually find that everywhere has its own workflow settings. I haven't done anything with the workflow settings yet in th...

Using workflows
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Using workflows provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Simon Allardice as part of the SharePoint 2010 Getting Started

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