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SAP EHS Task Management Configurations

Hello Expert,

We are upgrading our S4 1709 system to 1909 and we came to know that EHSM has been completely revamped in 1909 especially the way Incident actions were created previously using the BOPF EHFND_ACTION, this is no longer supported and we have a new Task Management framework.

Can anyone shed some more light on this new framework or have any kind of configuration guide which we can follow?

The SAP help document on EHS 1909 does not give much details. Really would appreciate if someone can point me to the correct direction on how we can go about our migration.

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  • Posted on May 06 at 05:49 PM

    task-management.jpgHello ,

    Below is the Task Management configuration -

    SPRO - Foundation - Task Management - Specify Available Task type for business Objects and maintain the below -

    Now - You have to enable the below services from SICF -

    ehsimtsk_invs1 ehsimtsk_rels1 ehstask_defs1 ehstask_insts1 ehstask_libs1 ehstask_mnots1 ehstask_mocs1 ehstask_mons1 ehsimtsk_rels1 ehs_em_scen_task_list_srv EHSTASK_MONS1

    In 1909 - You will only get notification of Task only in My Inbox where you can

    1. Mark as completed or not completed .

    2. Approve /Reject ( If you create Task with or Without approval

    Add the workflow - Task in the user IDs -

    WS00800145 WS00800167 WS00800190

    And Task in the user IDs -



    Also you have to add these Task in My Inbox Configuration -

    Spro - SAP Gateway Service Enablement - Content - Task Gateway Service -Scenario -





    And Enable Monitor Task App from Fiori App Library .

    After maintaining SPRO and The above service , Open Incident Click on the Manage Task Button - This will open in new tab - and click on Add Task from right side

    Hopefully it should work :)

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