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pypm install collective.powertoken.workflow

How to install collective.powertoken.workflow

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  3. Type pypm install collective.powertoken.workflow
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Lastest release
version 0.2.0 on Feb 16th, 2012


A workflow action implementation for collective.powertoken.

How to use

Add this product to your Plone installation, then you will be able to register Power Tokens that performs workflow action when consumed.

>>> from collective.powertoken.core.interfaces import IPowerTokenUtility
>>> utility = getUtility(IPowerTokenUtility)
>>> token = utility.enablePowerToken(document, 'workflow.doAction', workflow_action='publish')
>>> results = utility.consumeActions(document, token)
>>> print results

You will get the new state of the document as result.

You can optionally add a runtime parameter to the action provider, for adding also the workflow state change comment.

>>> token = utility.enablePowerToken(document, 'workflow.doAction', workflow_action='retract')
>>> results = utility.consumeActions(document, token, comment="Hello! I hide this!")

workflow_action (configuration parameter) Required. You need to provide the workflow action to perform.

comment (runtime parameter) Optional. Use to save also a comment to the workflow action.

Use case

You can perform a state change for a document, regardless of your roles in the site.


This product was developed by RedTurtle Technology team.


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0.2.0 (2012-02-15)
  • added support for comment runtime parameter [keul]
  • fixed documentation [keul]
0.1.0 (2012-01-11)
  • initial release

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Last updated Feb 16th, 2012

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