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Workflow and start condition

Hi,

Originally two Z workflows were created in the system

Say it is for Company code A

WF1. < $ 500 - no approval

WF2. >= $ 500 - (org. level) approval required.

Both workflows work well.

I have created new set of users for Company Code B

WF3. I have enabled the WF WS10000276. No start condition and tested for the company code B. It works well.

When I tested the WF1 and WF2, I got an error message "Approval workflow is ambiguous".So I have tried to create the start condition "&EC Requirement Coverage Request.Requester User.Company&" to differentiate WF1,WF2 from WF3. Still I got an error "Approval workflow is ambiguous".

It seems to me that I am making a mistake 'something' related to the company code "object ID". When I tried to search the object ID, system couldn't find any ID. So I have checked the org structure and keyed-in manually "1......nn"

Please help

With regards,

Pranav

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 12:05 PM

    Please check the value for Requirement Coverage Request.Requester User.Company in SWO1 transaction. Go to test mode and check the value. It looks like Org Unit ID.

    Regards,

    Masa

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 12:01 PM

    Hello Pranav,

    we have the same and it works fine. In our system (SRM 4.0) the starting condition looks like

    &_EVT_OBJECT.REQUISITIONERUSER.COMPANY& = 50000001

    for workflows 1 and 2 and

    &_EVT_OBJECT.REQUISITIONERUSER.COMPANY&<> 50000001

    for workflow 3.

    (<> means the "unequal" sign provided by the condition editor)

    Best regards,

    Karsten

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