If you created a new site using the blank site template and went to add a Managed Metadata site column, you may have got the following:
The required feature (TaxonomyFieldAdded) is hidden, so you need to activate it manually.
Either of these commands will do the trick:
stsadm.exe -o activatefeature -name taxonomyFieldAdded -url <site url> -force
stsadm.exe -o activatefeature -id 73EF14B1-13A9-416b-A9B5-ECECA2B0604C -url <site url> –force
In SharePoint 2007, when you created a workflow in Visual Studio, it allowed you to associate it with a list or a content type by default. In Visual Studio 2010 however, it only allows List association by default.
To allow your workflow to be associated with a content type, you need to modify the elements.xml and specify both list and content type as follows:
See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa543430.aspx for more details.
After trying all the code snippit plug-ins for Windows Live Writer, I finally stumble across one that actually works.
I thought the others did work at some point, but now they just come out all garbled (the Block Quote that WLW puts in is probably what’s doing it.)
Below is a sample of the lovely plug-in from Lavernock Enterprises.