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nStep Workflow BADI not working

Hi,

I am trying to Activate nstep Approval WF using BADI.

Afetr event linkage in SWE2 for SC WS14000133

I am getting message:

<i>Approval workflow is ambiguous. Inform system administrator</i>

Is it prerequisite for maintain Start condition for WF WS14000133 ?If yes could you send me details how can I maintain it in SWB_COND ?

Is there any step which I am missing for this BADIs

implementation in Custmization?

How can I be in debugging mode after creation of SC?

Regards,

Sachin

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 31, 2006 at 11:27 AM

    Hi,

    The error message reveals that in ur system more than 1 SC approval WF is activated for the event "SC approved".SO deactivate all the other SC Wf's.

    HTH.

    BR,

    Disha.

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    • Hi Sachin,

      You can have multiple WF depending on the diff criteria u will give in the start condition. like the total amount of SC.

      But at the same insatance only one Condtion should be satisfied.

      like if you want multiple step more than 2 steps u will have to do it in BADI.

      e.g.

      0.01 $ to 5000$ No aproval WF

      5000.01 $ to 10000 $ 1 level approval

      10000.01 to 20000 $ 2 level approval

      20000.01 to 99999.... 3 level approval

      you can achieve this kind of scenario by just handling at the start condition.

      hope this will help

      Regards,

      Smita

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    Posted on Jul 31, 2006 at 09:15 AM
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