2011/1/15 Samphan Raruenrom <email@example.com>
I've just finished early implementation Ron's workflow and roughly tested.
Here's the procedure of the workflow in Alfresco (sorry for my English
Spaces: Drafts, Review, Proofing, Proofing2, Published
Only Alfresco users in the "Documenters" group are involved in this
workflow. Other users have read-only access to the spaces.
1. A user go to the Drafts space, click "Add Content", choose file to
upload, fill-in the document "Name", and in the "Type" field choose
2. Someone checks out the file from the Drafts folder to begin editing.
- To check-out a file, click on the "More Action" (triangle inside a
circle button) and choose "Check Out".
- Then choose the space for the working copy which should be in the
user's home space.
3. The checked-out files stays in the Drafts folder and is marked that it
is checked-out by the "locked" icon. Hover at the icon to show which user
working on it.
- Other users are prevented from editing the file while it is checked
This is done automatically by Afresco right?
1. The user downloads the working copy, makes changes and then uploads
the file to replace the working copy with new versions.
Again done by Afresco?
2. When finish, click the "Check In" button of the working copy. The
working copy will be removed and the original file will be editable
3. The user is then offered the option to either
- leave the file in the Drafts folder if the file needs further
- or if editing is complete, move the file to the next step in the
process, the Review space, by clicking at the "More Action" button
choose "Submit to Review"
1. Another user goes to the Review folder and checks out the file,
downloads it and reviews it.
2. If the file was revised,
- the user check-in the changes
We will have to MANUALLY check in the changes or will the revision feature
in LiO give us this?
- then choose "Reject to Drafts" to move the file to Drafts space.
3. If it was ok and ready to proceed to proofing
- the user check-in the changes
- then choose "Submit to Proofing" to move the file to Proofing space.
1. A user goes to the Proofing space, downloads the file and proofs it.
2. If the file needs more work, it is moved back to the Drafts space by
choosing "Reject to Drafts".
3. If the file is OK, it is moved to the Proofing2 by choosing "Submit to
Proofing2". This is to mark that the file have been proofed once.
4. Then a second user goes to the Proofing2 space, proofs the file.
5. if the user agree it is ready to be published, s/he choose "Submit to
Published" which move the file to Published space. That means the file
been proofed by two users
- Overall a very robust publishing system... my only question: IF reviewer
vanishes (has happened in the past) can someone get the copy of the file? in
the step it was left behind (I assume yes) ?
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