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No administrator for task - Workflow


On executing the workitem in my SAP inbox, i get the message 'No administrator for the task'.

Could some one tell me why i'm getting this message.



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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:42 AM

    several reasons -- but the simplest is usually the case.

    1) Task is not defined as General and you are trying to execute a background task.

    2) The agent assignment is incorrect -- either via RULES (test via transaction

    PFAC) or as above task is not defined as General.

    3) Insufficient (SAP) authorisation to execute task / program / access data etc.

    4) Sometimes incorrect version of the WF is still active. Ensure the latest version of the WF / Task(s) has / have been activated.

    5) There could be an error in the application program. This can happen in Batch and you won´t the see anything on the log.

    If you CAN run the WF as Workflow administrator then the program is usually correct so look for reasons 1 - 4.

    Using a different Userid can also help as ROLES ( SAP authorisations) defined in the system might not be totally correct for what you are trying to do.



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