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workflow container to task container

Hi all,

I am triggering a workflow using the function module SAP_WAPI_START_WORKFLOW, workflow gets triggered and i am using the function module SAP_WAPI_WRITE_CONTAINER to write the values in workflow container,

now i am trying to bind these values to task container, by doing that i am not able to see the values in task container, i see the values in workflow container,

i tested with a element which have initial value, that value comes in task container, where as the elements that i have created using the above wapi fun.module does not gets in the task container?

Can anyone help me out on this please.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 04:09 AM

    Have you created the same element in the Task Container. If yes I think you are doing the binding before the container element has been assigned values through Function Module.

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    Arghadip

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  • Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 06:09 AM

    Not that it is an answer to your question, but is there any particular reason why you use SAP_WAPI_WRITE_CONTAINER after starting the workflow instead of passing parameters via the container when you call SAP_WAPI_START_WORKFLOW? That does not sound like a good solution to me, but you can probably make it work somehow.

    When you say you see the values in the workflow container, are you talking about design-time container or run-time container? You have to see them in the design-time container, i.e. as already mentioned you have to define these container elements in both the multistep task (workflow template) container and the single task container.

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