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N-Step Workflow Error

Dear Gurus,

Mine is SRM 5.0 Version and i am using Extended Classic Scenario and i have to implement N-step Badi Dynamic schooping cart approval. I have implemented workflow WS 14000133 which is on Spend Limit.

I have Activated the workflow templete in SWETYPV, SWB_COND, and also in PFTC Tcode. I havent put any start condition for my workflow WS 14000133 in SWB_COND and activated it. I have also written the necessary code in the BADI BBP_WFL_APPROV_BADI and activated it also and the Code is working perfect as it is getting all the approver and putting it to the Approval_table.

But the issue is after creating the Shopping cart i am not getting the workflow triggered and when i am checking in the Approval Overview, i am even not getting and Graph in it. Instead of it when i click the option Display as table it says as "No Approval Required".

Can anyone of you Gurus explain me where am i going wrong and why is the Workflow not getting triggered.

Thanks and Regards,


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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 05:43 PM


    See the solution in the foll thread:




    <b>Pls reward points for useful answers.</b>

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 07:14 AM


    please have a look at the workflow log in transaction SWI6 for the shopping cart .

    1) transaction 'SWI6'.

    2)Object type ---> BUS2121

    3)press button --> Enter Object Key ---> and give the shopping cart value for the Reqt cov. request.

    4)selection Variant --ALL

    5)Selection Period --> ALL.

    Execute --> f8 --> system will return the workflow log ---> in the log --> get in to techincal details --> and see how many approvers are there in the container.

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