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OkToVote Element

Windows SharePoint Services 3

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Used to determine whether a specific user can vote in a survey.


<OkToVote>
</OkToVote>

Attribute

Description

None

N/A

Minimum: 0

Maximum: Unbounded

This element requires that a SetList element be implemented for the appropriate survey; otherwise, the behavior of the OkToVote element is undefined.

The OkToVote element renders as follows:

  • 0 — It is OK for the currently authenticated user to vote in the survey whose internal name is u_Survey.

  • 1 — The user cannot vote because u_Survey has no questions.

  • 2 — The user cannot vote because he or she has already voted in this survey.

This element can be combined with a Switch statement to take actions, depending on the user's status in relation to a particular survey.

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