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WF of "IDOC error Notification" via WF Task giving error

Work item 000012210441: Object FLOWITEM method EXECUTE cannot be executed

<b>Error at start of an IF branch</b>

Error when evaluating the IF condition for node 0000000035

Error at start of an IF branch

Error during result processing of work item 000012210442

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This WF Task is calling a Step to check payment, there is a method called.

After this there is a Decision Step, on IDOC Status, if status 51 notify & complete or if no status 51 simply complete workflow.

Please give me solution, it's very urgent

Thanks & Best regards in advance....

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    Posted on May 29, 2007 at 07:21 PM

    Try executing a consistency check of your WF (SWUD). Maybe it can give you some more information.

    Regards,

    Gianluca

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    • This is a customer-developed workflow, right? What was pointed out was that if you create a new workflow you should use type WS (unless you are on stone-age releases). However, if you have an existing and functioning WF workflow definition it should still run unless SAP has said otherwise.

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