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DFC - Resume Paused Tasks Automatically

import com.documentum.com.DfClientX;

import com.documentum.fc.client.DfClient;

import com.documentum.fc.client.IDfCollection;

import com.documentum.fc.client.IDfQuery;

import com.documentum.fc.client.IDfSession;

import com.documentum.fc.common.DfException;

import com.documentum.fc.common.DfId;

import com.documentum.services.workflow.inbox.IInbox;

import com.documentum.services.workflow.inbox.IWorkflowTask;

import com.entrypoint.RepositoryConnectionHelper;


public class ResumeWorkflowTaskTool {

      publicstaticvoid main(String[] args) { 248 more words

Inbox Tasks

Congratulations You May Be a Winner

Have you ever seen one of those game shows where some poor slob humiliates himself and embarrasses his entire family but gets every answer right and is given a key that might start a car? 777 more words


BPMN Tutorials

Check out the following slideshare presentation from IBM on utilizing the Business Process Management Notation (BPMN)

Really useful for Business Analysts, Process Engineers, Workflow Designers and Architects to use this standard especially if there is a large corporate project with many processes involved. 54 more words

So What’s the Big Deal with Horizontal & Vertical Bezier Handles Anyway?

This article/tutorial on the horizontal/vertical bezier handle technique was pretty insightful. I look forward to trying it out, and maximizing my workflow. Check it out here: theagsc.com/community/so-whats-the-big-deal-with-horizontal-vertical-bezier-handles-anyway


SharePoint - Programatically Starting a Workflow

Here is a code snippet I recently developed for starting a sharepoint workflow from code behind.

public void StartWorkFlow(string strListName, int intCurrentItemID, string strWorkflowName)
        using (SPSite objSite = new SPSite(SPContext.Current.Site.Url))
            using (SPWeb objWeb = objSite.OpenWeb())
                objWeb.AllowUnsafeUpdates = true;
                //get list
                SPList list = objWeb.Lists;
                //get list item
                SPListItem lstItem = list.GetItemById(intCurrentItemID);
                //obtain an instance of SPWorkflowManager which will be used to start the workflow
                SPWorkflowManager manager = objSite.WorkflowManager;
                //get all workflows associated with the list
                SPWorkflowAssociationCollection associationCol = list.WorkflowAssociations;
                //iterate through all the workflow and lookup for the workflow to be started
                foreach (SPWorkflowAssociation association in associationCol)
                    if (association.Name == strWorkflowName)
                        //get workflow association data
                        string associationData = association.AssociationData;
                        //start the workflow
                        manager.StartWorkflow(lstItem, association, associationData);                                
                objWeb.AllowUnsafeUpdates = false;

[Frame of Reference] with Editor Deb Eschweiler

Deb Eschweiler is a freelancer in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, with clients in Chicago, Louisville, Denver, San Francisco & Los Angeles. “Since we are in the age where exports & uploads no longer take all day, the fact that I haven’t met all of my clients face-to-face is less of an impediment to doing good work with them as it may have been in the past” 3,038 more words


Get Organized Before Your Edit

April 17, 2014

by Richard Harrington, CEO at RHED Pixel

Save time, money and agony with tips from the trenches by two of the industry’s top workshop leaders and content producers who have spent many hours editing together. 91 more words