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  • wss v3.0 services workflow question

    Hello everyone,

    I've got one question, and I hope you find it interesting.

    is it possible in wss 3.0 to create a calendar for everyone,where people could mark days when they want to go on holiday? But before it shows up for everyone that request needs to be accepted by admin or someone else?

    Is it also possible to black out some days in such callendar so nobody could have holiday during that time?

    Is it possible to achieve by standard approach or developement?

    Thanks in advance,

    Regards,

    jum4n7i
    Last edited by jum4n7i; 19th May 2008, 11:53.
    ..:: jumanji

  • #2
    Re: wss v3.0 services workflow question

    Yes,

    We use InfoPath to submit vacation requests that get redirected to the manager, once approved it shows up on a SharePoint calendar. Its not native though, you'll need some programming.

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    • #3
      Re: wss v3.0 services workflow question

      Could you please explain a bit more?

      Any sources I can use? Where did you find out about that?

      thanks

      Jum4n7i
      ..:: jumanji

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      • #4
        Re: wss v3.0 services workflow question

        There is an easier way to achieve that

        you need to download AbsenceVacationSchedule.wsp

        and deploy that on the wss v3.0


        in my case in cmd I typed:

        cd C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\BIN
        stsadm -o addsolution -filename AbsenceVacationSchedule.wsp
        stsadm -o deploysolution -name AbsenceVacationSchedule.wsp -allowgacdeployment -immediate

        you probably know that already, but just to remind.

        *.wsp file should be within the location you're running the stsadm or in some cases you may get errors.

        hope this will help.

        Regards,

        jum4n7i
        ..:: jumanji

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