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Condition Step in Workflow

Dear All,

I have created a WF for PO release.

Now I need to insert a step of condition which checks

if ReleaseCode is initial or not.

how do i do it?

Kindly Help!!

Thanks!!

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  • Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 07:50 AM

    Hi Dev,

    First of all you can go for standard Release Strategy. If this is customized and u need to check for Release code, then create subtype of your BO and create an attribute and get the release code value in your attribute from the table ekko using the key no as Purchasing document number. Delegate your Subtype with Supertype. Then use this attribute for checking the release code in your Workflow.

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 09:36 AM

    Isn't the releasecode standard an attribute in the BO for the purchase order? Check this first via testing through swo1. If this is the case, you do not need to go to the trouble of creating an attribute in a subtype. You can then just use the standard attribute ffrom the BO for the purchase order which should be in your workflowcontainer, and check via a conditionstep in your workflow if this attribute is initial or not.

    Kind regards,

    Joost

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  • Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 12:14 PM

    If you need to do that you probably have an incorrect approach and/or incorrect configuration of the release strategies. Respond to BUS2012.ReleaseStepCreated - the code (event parameter) should never be empty.

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    • That's what I meant by incorrect approach. If there is no ReleaseStepCreated event the document is not relevant for release, so basically I don't see the point in using the Changed event as a triggering event based on release codes.

      However, 'if you're looking for trouble' 'in the ghetto' this would be a good approach I think.

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