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pypm install collective.portlet.workflowsteps

How to install collective.portlet.workflowsteps

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  3. Type pypm install collective.portlet.workflowsteps
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Lastest release
version 1.0b3 on Jan 5th, 2011

This package provides a new portlet for Plone 3 called "Workflow steps". It can be configured to show:

  • A custom header
  • Some lead-in rich text, if desired
  • The state of the current object, including that state's full description
  • All available transitions, optionally with their full descriptions

State and transition descriptions are rendered as HTML. Furthermore, the following special variables may be used.

${portal_url} -- The url of the portal (or navigation) root ${object_url} -- The url of the current object ${folder_url} -- The url of the current folder

The idea is to make it possible to present a list of "next steps" as part of the workflow, including links to edit forms and the like. Changelog =========

1.0b3 (2009-04-15)

  • Don't hide the portlet if there are no transitions, but there is state info.

System Message: WARNING/2 (<string>, line 28)

Bullet list ends without a blank line; unexpected unindent.


1.0b2 (2009-03-31)

  • Hide the portlet if there's no state info and no transitions.

System Message: WARNING/2 (<string>, line 34)

Bullet list ends without a blank line; unexpected unindent.


1.0b1 (2009-03-28)

  • Initial release

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Last updated Jan 5th, 2011

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