By the third year the person should have an item in most of the categories (see "what forms of scholarship define the work of those in your department at their best?") on their vita. In addition there should be evidence of "future works in progress." This may be actual projects that an individual is working on or ideas that are germinating with the individual, which they are planning to work on.
By tenure there should be evidence of work in all categories (see "what forms of scholarship define the work of those in your department at their best?"). There should certainly be publications and presentations as a part of a series of activities that document the individuals’ involvement in scholarship along with evidence that this work is ongoing.
By the time of promotion to full professor the person should have continued a record of work on all categories and additionally found some focal points in which greater contributions have been made. Further, there should be evidence of ongoing scholarly work.