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Why you can define more than one task in Fiori Approval Apps?

Hi All,

I don't know why in Fiori Approval Apps, when you have to define the task ID of the approval task, you are available to define more than one.

Could someone give more detail about this?

I attach some screenshots of the "Approve Travel Request" app configuration, but this configuration is the same for the other Fiori approval apps.

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,


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    Posted on Mar 28, 2015 at 06:08 AM

    Hi Emanuel,

    Task ids will define specific task to be carried out based on the steps defined on your workflow template.

    for eg : Approve purchase orders. Based on different steps, say approval or rejection or cancellation. Different standard tasks are assigned.

    Step 00093

    Step : 000112

    So if you want to define both steps in your workflow. You can define more than 1 task id, When 1 task is executed, say approved from fiori. Next step on workflow will be executed as per the workflow defined, and 1 more workitem will be opened in fiori .

    Thus we have more than 1 option to define task ids for approval apps. Hope I clear your queries



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