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Typical issue while approving workitems from SBWP.

Hello All,

I have an issue while approving workitems massivley from SBWP. I think we can approve bunch of workitems which corresponds to a single task at once.

But for me iam not able to approve all the related workitems at once. When i select and try approve , it asks me to approve one at a time ( i get screen by screen) . Where some are able to approve at once, i verified my user settings with them and every thing seems to be normal ( Parametes of SU01D).

What could be the reason, please suggest.Its very important for me.



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    Posted on Sep 22, 2014 at 06:57 AM


    Ask the user to check from sbwp->settin->Workflow Settin-> Personal Settin and check 'Transf of Excution to other workitem possible' is checked

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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2014 at 05:46 PM


    I think there is a basic problem with the workflow system at your site if everyone wants to mass-approve workitems. What is the point? Why do approvals at all? That would save even more time.



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    • Hi,

      Sometimes mass approvals are needed. At my client there is a rule that ALL refunds need to be approved by a person - they cannot go out automatically.

      So we allow multiple (small-value) refunds to be selected by one user and approved en-masse. It works quite well in SBWP.

      As for the problem being discussed, if it works for one user, it should work for all. Are there differences in authorizations between the users?



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