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regd. workflow and incompletion procedures

Hi,

can workflows or events be triggered from incompletion procedures? for eg. when a sales order is incomplete and saved, a workflow should start, which handles the process...

Regards,

Vijay

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2005 at 09:08 AM

    Hi~ vijay.

    I'm not sure that there is a workflow for it.

    but, I think it's possible.

    why don't you try like this.

    1) make your own workflow templete.

    2) find some place you want to code... I mean some kind of

    user exit things.

    in case of sale order.

    Edit user exit 'userexit_save_document'.

    check some field for incompletion procedure.

    for example>

    if vbap-taxm1 eq ' ' or
            vbap-werks eq ' ' or
           .... in case of some condition field for
                incompletion procedure is imcompleted
    
           call function 'SWE_EVENT_CREATE'    
           .... call workflow ....
    
         endif.

    But, There is a lot of impletion log for sales order, so when an order is created

    and saved with impletion log, it calls an workflow.

    and somebody get an workitem.... I think it's a little bit cumbersome.

    In T-code <b>'V.02'</b>, you can check all the incompletion documents.

    why don't you use v.02

    I wish I could help you.

    Kyung Woo

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      Hi Kyung Woo,

      Hey the user exits is a good idea...I was thinking of linking it with change document objects VERKBELEG for sales documents...and one more thing, SAP recommends use of SAP_WAPI_CREATE_EVENT instead of SWE_EVENT_CREATE....

      This is just for your information.

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2005 at 07:14 AM

    anyone....

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