Actitity handbook

Aug 6, 2009 at 8:55 AM

Is there any document to describe the usage/purpose of EnableStepModification, Rounter, ToOriginator, MoreApprove and RoleTask? Thanks.

Coordinator
Aug 7, 2009 at 3:16 AM

sorry , currently there is no document about these activitese , these activites have not been tested completed . 

Here I can give you a description:

1)EnableStepModification --- you may be know Modification is an important function of sharepoint workflow , by add EnableStepModification , you can enable 

the workflow be forced managed Step by administrator (Like goto any step) . But this activity should need a Modification page to help to complete this function. 

2)Rounter is a good activity , and It can be used in Step activity , just like Decision activity , it can control the next step of the workflow.

Rounter has a AddBranch Menu  to add many Rule Activity , Rule activity has a Condition property and a Target property , when the Condition is true , the workflow will goto the activity named by Target property.

The difference between Rounter and Decision is that Decision only have two branch , the Rounter and Rule can have many branch.

Step + Task(Or MulitiTask or GroupTask or any other activity) +Rounter and Rule can provide more complicated function.

3) ToOriginator , is a very simple activity , It assign a Task to a workflow Originator. It just inherit from Task activity and Provide the workflow Originator as the workflow user.

4)MoreApprove is a very complicated activity , Here I will don't descript it.

5)RoleTask  , you can find a RuleDefinitions property of the workflow class , by RuleDefinitions you can define some role and it's user in the workflow level ,

and by RoleTask , you can assign workflow tasks to the users in a role .

Aug 7, 2009 at 3:31 AM

thanks, QuickFlow is very useful, wish you can provide the complete version in the near future.

Coordinator
Jun 7, 2010 at 9:17 AM

all documents:

 

http://cid-7f5a25cdf47d03e6.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx/QuickFlow/Docs?view=details