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how we can acess GOS to pop up automatically to user from workflow is our a

we plan to implement invoice verification workflow to start when an invoice is scanned and placed in holder in OAWD. So that workflow will start from then onwards with SAP archive link.

Please let us know how we can link scanner and SAP Archive link so that we can place the scanned document directly in to OAWD. how we open the image automatically when approver or AP clerk execute the workitem.

The process we want to follow is

1. Scan document and place in OAWD

2 Workflow is started based on the document type of Archive link( we want to use BKPF)

3 AP clerk receives workitem and execute it. APclerk see the transaction code FV60 to enter document and image of the scan automatically

4 AP clerk fill the document and park the document.

5 Workitem is sent to approver based on the rule specified

6 Approver execute the transaction invoice iamge is opened and sap document is displayed.

7 Approver check both image and sap docuemnt and take decision

8 Approver approves document , sap document is posted and ready for payment

9 If rejected go back to AP clerk.

Here issue is when user or approver execute the workitem ,how we can open image automatically along with sap screen.

or how we can acess GOS to pop up automatically to user from workflow is our another isssue

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 02:58 PM

    Hi,

    It is possible to launch the stored image as soon as workitem is executed. You will need to maintain the archivelink customization to display stored document. Check the following link

    [Displaying Stored Document|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005vp/helpdata/en/4f/993685446d11d189700000e8322d00/content.htm]

    Hope this helps

    Cheers!!!

    Samanjay

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