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Multi-level release procedure for PO : RELEASED of PO EFFECTED step

Hi,

We are implementing the standard workflow for PO WS200000075.

It is working fine but I have a question regarding the step released of PO effected.

If we have a release procedure with 3 levels, 3 different workflow instances are triggered, one for each level of approval.

For each level, when the work item is executed and when the PO is released, the WF intiator receives a work item telling that the PO has been

released, even if there are some other release steps forward.

I would like to have only one work item sent to the WF initiator when the final step has been approved and not on each step.

How can I do that using the standard WF ?

Regards,

Olivier D.

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2013 at 11:31 PM

    u can check 2 attributes of the BO

    ReleaseIndicator and SubjectToRelease...

    Once the final release is carried out, the value of the container element ReleaseIndicator is changed( eg:B to R depending on your release strategy)

    and the block in SubjectToRelease is removed(ie, changed from 'X' to ' ')

    You can create a condition step in your wf using either of the above cont elements or both

    and if the final release is done, send the notification.

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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2013 at 11:48 PM

    Hello,

    In WS200000075 the task TS20000168 is called at step 107.

    You can change the work item text of that task as part of the standard implementation.

    And/or you could make a change to BUS2012 (using delegation) to redefine the method being used so that it gives a more informative message.

    regards

    Rick Bakker

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