Chapter 4. Using the SharePoint Designer

Until now, we have been working strictly with the out-of-the-box features and capabilities of SharePoint. We have reviewed the changes in Office 2007 both from the client and server sides; we have examined workflow in a generic sense and then drilled into the details of the Windows Workflow Foundation. Finally, we examined the roles of the two primary participants in workflows, participants and originators, as we walked through an instance of one of the default workflows.

Now we can get our hands dirty. This chapter begins our discussions on development of new workflows in Office 2007. We're going to start with no-code workflows so we're still not in full-bore developer mode; however, we are beginning to ...

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