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How to use date condition in Dead line monitoring in workflow

Hi Guys,

I have to copy & modify leave request workflow (WS12300111) . if employee sent a mail to approver for his leave request . If approver didn't see mail and leave date is reached , leave should be "Approved" automatically. How to do ?. using dead line monitoring ? .

If example

employee requested leave from 31.12.2007 to 4.1.2008 but approver didn't see mail till 30.12.2007 11:59 then leave should be "Approved" automatically.

Thanks in advance .

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  • Posted on Dec 20, 2007 at 07:04 AM

    Hi Sureshkumar,

    if you go into the Approval Process step, then you will find latest end tab.

    -choose workflow creation since the expiry date starts counting from the date of the employee requested leave.

    -give 3 months which your provided expiry date.

    -choose modeled

    -give any outcome name then save the step

    you will note extra brunch is added to approval step when you come back to the workflow.

    I guess you can add a step to this brunch which does your automatic approval.

    Regards,

    Sukhbold

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      > you will note extra brunch is added to approval step when you come back to the workflow.

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      > I guess you can add a step to this brunch which does your automatic approval.

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      I always thought brunch was a late breakfast and early lunch, isn't that so?

      However, on a serious note, I agree with Martin's suggestion. You need to set the original step to 'obsolete' and then set the status of the leave req to APPROVED in the outcome for Latest End.

      Good Luck

      Ravi

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