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JV Approval Workflow

Dear Experts,

I need to create Appproval workflow for Journal Voucher. I had gone through the docuemnts in SPRO - financial accounting - tools - workflows.

I have created a small custom workflow with FIPP - Completed as triggering event. But i feel we can use the std workflow template provided by SAP, but dont know which one to select and how to proceed. If anyone has information, please guide me.

Any kind of help is highly appreciated.

Regards,

Lakshmi

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2007 at 03:47 AM

    Solved by myself

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      Hi Lakshmi,

      I am having a challenge with JV approval workflow myself and I'm wondering if you can help. Essentially, I need users to be able to post JVs below the threshold amount, and park (send for release) ones above the threshold. I just posted a note, the contents of which are copied below. Any guidance you can provide would be much appreciated.

      Thanks in advance,

      Kathryn

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      Our objective is to have senior accounting personnel approve/release journal entries that exceed a certain value, say $100,000. We have configured the release function for parked documents, using workflow WS10000051 with business object 'FIPP', event "COMPLETED" and release amount of $100,000. However, this appears to assume that staff have authorization only for parking, because if you have posting authorization, nothing stops you from posting a document over $100,000. It seems illogical that you have to exceed a certain $ value before the release will trigger, but if your document is below the amount, you can't post it because you can only park.

      In order to avoid making approvers release every single journal entry, what we want is for users to be able to post any document below $100,000.00, but be forced to park ( save as completed) all documents >/= this limit. We tried setting up a validation on the document amount, but the error message forces us to exit completely, i.e. doesn't allow us to park the document.

      Is there perhaps a different workflow that triggers at the point of posting, rather than parking, that will accomplish what we want?

      Thanks,

      Kathryn

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    Posted on Apr 05, 2010 at 07:22 PM

    Hi,

    Could you please share with me the JV approval workflow process.

    Thanks and Regards

    Prashanth

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    Posted on May 06, 2011 at 03:30 AM

    can you explain in detail??

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