I want to trigger a workflow only when a value is updated in a list item, but not everytime the item is changed.For example I have a column for approve/not approve and I want that to be the trigger not the other values in the item.In this case, there is a flexibility of cancelling the event on some conditions so that the event that gets initiated will not occur.Asynchronous event receivers are also known as ‘After’ event receivers.So if anything else is changed the workflow will not start unless the 'approval' value is. Thanks, Check if the two values are not equal to each other, and if the updated value is equal to "approve".If both are true, start a workflow on the list item programmatically- here are some links to help you with that: coding! It’s out there and even gets you to the latest version of Share Point for free!
On the parent page of where the calendar will reside use the site actions menu to create a new Calendar.
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For example, when a new item is added to a list, we may need to perform some action like say, notifying the person who created the list item, or modifying the dependent entries in some other location etc.
Handling of such events is facilitated by event receivers.