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Hi Gurus,

Where do we specify the Org structure details while the rule is being created.

Regards,

Sukumar.

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    Posted on Jan 15, 2007 at 11:28 AM

    Hi Sukumar,

    Do you mean to say Roles?

    If yes, then the data related to Organizational structure is maintained in the standard SAP HR database tables like HRP1000, HRP1001 & so on.

    Thanks,

    Shaurya

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      Hi Shaurya,

      You will find the term is now Rules.

      Sukumar,

      when you develop your rule you can programmatically define the evaluation path you want to use (Manager of, Chief etc) but you supply context from your container (for example by passing the workflow initiator as a user, or by passing an Org unit. This tells the rule where to start looking. In the workflow courses they take a simple view and find the chief position with relation to the workflow initiator using rule 168. This actually calls (in the end) the function SWX_GET_MANAGER which uses RH_ACT_LEADING_POSITION to find the chief (relationship A012 of the org structure in question) and then RH_STRUC_GET for the evaluation path SAP_TAGT to resolve the positions into object we can use such as persons and users.

      Use 168 as a template for your own and it will get things rolling.

      Regards

      Gareth

  • Posted on Jan 16, 2007 at 02:15 PM

    maintaining organizational structures is done with transaction PPOM (go to help-->application help when you're in that transaction for further info)

    kind regards, Rob Dielemans

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