This is the seventh of a series (the series is listed at the bottom) of "How To " Videos that I have created to show .NET Developers how to build document workflow in a SharePoint environment. 

In this scenario, I take the workflow that I built in the How To Video on Building a Basic Approval Workflow (found here) by adding a second level (and you could extend it to multiple levels) of Approval based on a SharePoint Custom Column (Expense Report Total in this case).  Although I built the "trigger" on the Expense Total column, you can build it on any number of other factors within the document, SharePoint Columns, or workflow activities.

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Here's the shortened (low-res video that you can see in the browser). 

 

 

 

 

To see the FULL HI-RESOLUTION version: Click here to view

To download the code: Click here to download

Download the Companion Workshop: Creating a Custom Content Type and Feature: Click here to download

 Links that I reference in the Video:

  • Building an Approval Workflow with SharePoint/MOSS 2007 an VS 2008 (Click here to see it) 
  • Workshop on Creating a Workflow Task and Custom ASP.NET Form (from a different demonstration): Click here to download

Checkout my entire collection of SharePoint "How To" Videos:

  • Enabling (incoming/outgoing) email for SharePoint/MOSS 2007 servers (Click here to see it)
  • Extracting document details from within a workflow (Click here to see it)
  • Extracting email addresses and sending emails (Click here to see it)
  • Programmatically Creating a User Task within a workflow (Click here to see it)
  • Programmatically Escalating an Overdue Task with Visual Studio (Click here to see it)
  • Building an Approval Workflow with SharePoint/MOSS 2007 and VS 2008 (Click here to see it)
  • Building a Multilevel Approval Workflow with SharePoint/MOSS 2007 and VS2008 (Click here to see it) 
  • Using Active Directory Search/Lookups within SharePoint Workflow's to find users (Click here to see it)
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    ~ Robert Shelton