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Outcomes in a workflow step

Hi Abappers,

I am using the standard method "Approve" of the BO type "FORMABSENC" in my workflow step, When i activate the outcomes APPROVE , REJECT, NEW in the step, then the default step STEP EXECUTED disappears.

I try to define my own custom outcomes in my custom method using EXIT_RETURN macro, but when i try to deactivate the default STEP EXECUTED outcome of the step, i am not able to do so. Can anybody help me out on this? How can i deactivate this default outcome as it is done in the standard method APPROVE of the BO type FORMABSENC.

Regards

Narendiran Rathinavelu

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 08:24 AM

    If for your custom method, you would have defined it as no result type parameter.

    The number of outcomes depends on the result parameter. Set it and try to return some values. So that you get outcomes you want. Then probably what you are trying will become possible.

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    Sandeep Josyula

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 08:17 AM

    hi,

    In you can't.

    This step is always present and is probably an exit_return of 0000 (not sure though).

    Why is it so imperative that you have to disable the executed step?

    Kind regards, Rob Dielemans.

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