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Process management through cross module

Hi,

I am a novice in business process management world.

So I need a little help to start here.

I am looking for a practical solution to orchestrate processes across different modules.

Workflow seems to work in a single system and have some built-in functions for master data related events.

However, in general I don't know how it work for cross modules.

May I ask some explanations on mechanism and feasibility?

Also, I came across some documents on process observer as a mean to monitor and evaluate processes.

Is BOR(Business Object Repository) something lies in all the modules that generates events

to initiate process observer in case of triggering?

Please let me know how process observer works and general usage of this.

Thank you in advance.

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 11:20 AM

    Hi,

    I think your best bet is to start at help.sap.com and search for workflow overviews and specific scenarios to get an idea of how workflow works a a BPML tool to control processes in SAP.

    In most SAP applications events are created which you can use to start and control various business processes using SAP Business Workflow.

    Do you have a solid business case/requirement?

    I have been working with workflow for 10 years now and I find it a good tool to model business processes and also to analyze it.

    Kind regards, Rob Dielemans

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      Hi,

      Thank u very much for your answer.

      Yes, we are at a phase to define solid business cases.

      Would u please elaborate what BOR is and how workflow works between different modules?

      I think that could be a good start point.

      Regards,

      Hyeyoung Han

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