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WS75700040 MDG Finance workflow not replication changes in ECC


MDF Finance Workflow WS75700040 is succesfully implemented and approver roles are assinged. it is working as expected for approval process. but the problem is the data is not seen in ECC. it should be seen after the activation step in the workflow which runs as background step after the approval. the same is seen in customer and supplier workflows

a new GL Account is created in MDG Finance, workflow starts, approver approves the request, but this GL Account is not seen in FSP0.

TS75707953 Activate change request step is executed succesfully post the approval and workflow is completed

stil the changes are not seen in ECC

i.e. the newly created GL Account is not seen in FSP0

the link clearly states as follows
The changes are then activated in the central system. When the workflow has been completed, the changes still need to be distributed to the local systems.

So there should not be any separate step for the changes to be seen in the ECC system itself

and if it is there, it should be part of workflow itself.

please help with any inputs or comments.



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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 05:27 AM

    Hello Bhakti

    When the approver approves the request - the last step, the workflow is complete from MDG side. The data is updated in MDG tables. For GL - you can check table in MDG. The record should be active in MDG with status 1.

    Now on replication - the data is replicated from MDG to ECC using IDOC / SOA or file. You have to configure the replication model to replicate the data in ECC and then you can check it in FSP0.

    As you mention, you are replicating the group account. Make sure that the settings are properly done and RFC set up is properly maintained from MDG to ECC system.

    Check your replication model first and let me know if you are still facing problem.


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