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2 differetn paths lead back to same decision step

Hi Experts,

I have a situation, where depending on user decision, I have 2 different paths.I am displaying a module pool screen in the next step.

But, if the user clicks on cancel or exit, he should be able to go back to the decision step.

Your comments and advice is highly needed.

Regards,

Srikar

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 10:13 AM

    Sorry .. posted a reply that wasn`t exactly relevant to your question..

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    Anuj Sethi

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      Thanks for the response. how do I include the decision step in the loop until block.

      A quick illustration--

      Step 1 - decsison step--decision A and decision B.

      Step 2: Decision A -module pool-user clicks cancel-loop back to Step 1.

      Step 3: Decision B-module pool-user clicks cancel-loop back to Step 1.

      Regards,

      Srikar

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 11:22 AM

    Is the decision task have different branches and 1 of the branch is cancel. If that is the case you can check WI_RESULT Container element of decision task. This will determine if you have cancelled or not.

    Thanks

    Arghadip

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