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Guided Procedure Visual Approval Question

Hi,

I'm developing an action that call a Visual Approval user interface.

I have 3 questions:

1) When I click in Approve or Reject button the action is completed and this message is displayed:

(information icon)Action has been completed

I want to display a screen like a summary screen with the information about each step. It's possible with standard templates like Visual Approval?

2) If I click in Reject button, where I know that these action was repproved?

3) Can I get the buttons (Approve or Reject) value in another screen (like grouping parameters)?

Thanks,

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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2007 at 03:48 PM

    Hi Manoel,

    The visual approval CO is a predefined UI, you can only add some parameters (and specify their names). Other changes are not feasible. If you need more flexibility you have to use another callable object, e.g. Visual Composer or Web Dynpro. Also a summary is only possible if you model an extra step into the workflow.

    The information whether the visual approval was approved or rejected is transfered with the help of so-called result states. In dependency of these states you can determine the next step in your guided procedures process, e.g. if approved the process continues with the next step, if rejected the process flow jumps back to an earlier step of the process.

    Regards,

    Jan

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2007 at 10:35 AM

    Hi Manoel,

    1.After the visual approval CO is executed the screen will be only as you specified, it is predifined and you cannot change it.If you want to display some summary you got to create another CO and add it in the same block and the result state of the Visual approval should be assigned to the new CO for display.

    2 . Upon clicking the reject button the control will flow to the action specified in the result state of the reject button.

    3. Instead on using a Visual approval if you use a webdynpro CO this is possible. While setting the result state you can set the value as the out put of the co and do parameter mapping to get it in the next CO.

    Let us know the result....

    Regards

    Sivaprasath

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 06:48 PM

    Both answers help-me a lot. Thanks.

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