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HCM P & F - No step object GUID is assigned to the work item ID


Hell All,

I am facing issue in Hire Workflow. I used this task TS17900100 to process form and TS17900102 to Form Edit by Author.

Scenario:

Here, Once we insitated the Hire process the workitem is created and available in UWL, By selecting workitem and click on Back to author button in form it has to send back to Initiator with a workitem ( here, in workflow we used task to edit the form TS17900102 ).

Now the issue exists, we can't able to access this workitem as it is giving an error like below.

"No step object GUID is assigned to the work item ID ***********".

Please guide me out from this issue.

Thank you

Regards,

Praveen Reddy

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  • Posted on Mar 13, 2014 at 04:56 PM

    Ensure that the program exit CL_HRASR00_POBJ_WF_EXIT is maintained correctly at each interactive workflow task.

    If the issue persist please describe the configuration with screenshots.

    Regards.

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  • Posted on Mar 13, 2014 at 07:55 PM

    is it happening with standard task and processs? can you check via HRASR_TEST_PROCESS?

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2015 at 09:03 AM

    Hi Pravee Reddy Sodanapalli,

    I've got the same issues as you had one year ago. I added the class CL_HRASR00_POBJ_WF_EXIT and I'm using the standard tasks


    1- TS33700021

    2- TS17900108

    3- TS33700023



    I have implemented the FPM form and we cannot move ahead our workflow as we get back the message error



    We read all the blogs possible but we are not able to make it works.

    We gave the SAP_ALL to WF-BATCH.

    Any help?


    Thank you so much in advance to everyone, we are desperate. :-(


    Federica.


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