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If you were to count the number of documented parameters you can set in each of the database versions 9i Release 2, 10g Release 2, 11g Release 1 and 11g Release 2 you d probably find 258, 259, 294, and 342 different parameters, respectively (I m sure there could be additional parameters available on an operating system specific basis). In other words, the number of parameters (and their names) varies by release. Most parameters, like db_block_size, are very long-lived (they won t go away from release to release), but over time many other parameters become obsolete as implementations change. For example, in Oracle 9.0.1 and before back to version 6 of Oracle there was a distributed_transactions parameter that could be set to some positive integer and that controlled the number of concurrent distributed transactions the database could perform. It was available in prior releases, but it is not found in any release subsequent to 9.0.1. In fact, attempting to use that parameter with subsequent releases raises an error. For example: ops$tkyte%ORA11GR2> alter system set distributed_transactions = 10; alter system set distributed_transactions = 10 * ERROR at line 1: ORA-25138: DISTRIBUTED_TRANSACTIONS initialization parameter has been made obsolete
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I flip-flop on this one. On the one hand, I would expect that keeping users from seeing documents until any workflows finish processing should be the default especially for workflows that start automatically when a document is created or modified. On the other hand, though, I can easily think of situation where you would not want this to happen. So I guess Microsoft took the right road by not making it the default. All we need now is a means to hide documents when we have to. Fortunately, it s pretty easy. We take advantage of the security-trimming features of SharePoint (which don t show things that a user doesn t have access to) and use those features to hide our documents until we re ready to show them. First, we need to hide the documents. At the beginning of your workflow, add a Code activity and add the code from Listing 9-22. This code will do two things: Stop the document from inheriting its permissions from its containing document library this automatically causes the current user to be assigned as an administrator on the document. Assign the specific approvers as administrators (or whatever access level you need to give them) to the per-item permission set for the current document.
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