Hat tip to the SharePoint Solutions Blog for writing about another SharePoint hosted workflow that is included with MOSS.
The workflow is not activated by default and to be honest, I never knew it existed until reading their post the other day.
Anyway it is called the Three-State workflow and the description of how it works is located here.
This workflow can be a powerful tool for automating the tracking of the changing state of a SharePoint list item or document. Try it out.
Published June 18, 2007
@Events , BetterECM , ECM
I spoke on a panel at the Gilbane conference on content technologies the week before last in Washington, DC. While at the conference I attended and enjoyed the opening keynote, “Gurus Debate The Future of Content Technologies” this morning. The panel was moderated by Tony Byrne from CMS Watch. The panelists included:
The following are some of the key points from the keynote:
- Some of the biggest risks to content management project success include user adoption and recognizing that there will be political or business changes required
- Ann Rockley made the point there is an opportunity to manage content as a strategic asset
- All panelists agreed that by 2012 most core capabilities will be in the infrastructure platform
Later that day I presented on a panel entitled “Everything you wanted to know about MOSS 2007 (but were afraid to ask)”. You can view my presentation here. Click through to my Blog site from your RSS reader to view within my Blog.