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Problem with BUS2009 object

My purchase requisition approval workflow is blowing up whenever a new purchase req is created. Here's what I receive via email:

Error processing following event linkage:

BUS2009 RELEASESTEPCREATED WS91000004

Following error occurred:

OL 363

PUR_REQ

Message text:

Errors in container (element 'PUR_REQ' has invalid object type)

Event container contains following data:

R

ELEASECODE 000000002C01

EVTCREATION_DATE 000000008D20070108

EVTCREATION_TIME 000000006T103120

EVTCREATOR 000000014CUSRIDILLAL

EVTID 000000020N000000000000

23058798

EVTLANGUAGE 000000001CE

EVTLOG_UPDATE 000000001CX

EVTNAME 000000032CRELEASESTEPCREATED

EVTOBJECT 000000090o BUS2009 001132005700010

EVTOBJKEY

000000070C001132005700010

EVTOBJTYPE 000000010CBUS2009

EVTRECEIVER_ID 000000090C

Event linkage with errors deactivated.

I did create a ZBUS2009 object type that extends the workflow container, so I can understand why this would blow up. I thought, though, that if I went out and set up an entry for my custom object type and activated its type linkage, the workflow would properly trigger without problems. After creating that table entry, however, now nothing happens. What else might I need to do? The entry I created looks like this:

ZBUS2009 RELEASESTEPCREATED WS91000004 No errors

Thanks!

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