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Office 2010 Workflow: Developing Collaborative Solutions by Mark J. Collins

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Chapter 11. Handling Events

In the previous chapter you created a site workflow that generated tasks for a list of people requesting them to submit their orders for lunch. In this chapter, you will add logic to wait for each of these tasks to be completed and then create a final task once the orders have been submitted. Instead of creating a site workflow, however, you'll create a list workflow and associate it to the Calendar list. After a lunch event has been added to the calendar, you can initiate the workflow to gather the lunch orders.

Modifying the Calendar List

In the previous chapter, you used an initiation form to pass in the information needed by the workflow such as the list of people who were invited, the URL of the menu, and so on. ...

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