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Suppose neither reviewer or approver are able to approve the content, the weblogic admin should be able to release it.Find your item in Repository Manager admin applet. Right-click - you should have an option to 'Approve' or 'Reject' it.
Second is, if the same workflow has been triggered for multiple contents, can the weblogic admin user release only one content.The option above works per item.
Also can a workflow be triggered in case of deletion of content.No, workflows are triggered only if an item is checked in.
Depending on your needs, you could use item's statuses: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/doc.1111/e10797/c04_working_with_files.htm#sthref410 (there are two statuses: Expired and Deleted that the item could reach before deleted).
With deletions, you could also use Record's Management Dispositions, which is a workflow "upside down" (you first run the disposition, which may result in the deletion).
Through Repository manager using weblogic user, i am able to approve the content in a workflow.
But once rejection, it is throwing an error stating you are the assigned reviewer for this step.
Any suggestions pls.
But once rejection, it is throwing an error stating you are the assigned reviewer for this step.You are, or you are not? If you are an assigned reviewer you can do it from your My Workflow Assignments directly (no need to open RepoMan).
Am sorry, that was a typo.
I am unable to reject the content when logged in as weblogic admin user through repository manager.
Is this the way the product behaves or am i missing something.
Is this the way the product behaves or am i missing something.I can only guess, but I'd believe so. Note that during a reject you may want to provide a reason for rejection (which is not possible from RepoMan); otherwise, previous reviewers or author would not know what to change.
You can simply verify how the system behaves if you add your admin as a reviewer.
Besides, RepoMan is really a back-up solution, so it is questionable whether reject has any logical use case here.
Note also that adding 'weblogic' or some other system administrator as a reviewer (usually) should not make any harm. And whilst, with approvals you might need several reviewers to approve (which may make the item stuck), with rejects, one reviewer is enough.
Yes it is prompting for reject content message which will be sent to the email of the original assigned reviewer. Looks like it is the way product behaves.