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RE: Workflow binding problem in Production system(urgent)

Hi Experts,

Currently we transported our workflows to production server. When one of the user tested our workflow it failed. On Analysis I could find that the data are not passed from method to task container but method is working fine separately. Even I tried executing t-code 'SWU_OBUF' , but still not working.

Pls let me know of the solution .

Thanks,

Bharath

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 11:49 AM

    hi

    have you done the binding in task also ?

    I mean have you done binding from container to task

    and further on clicked in the task, and where you define the method, in the left upper corner comes a second binding button where you have to bind the task element to the method

    regards

    matthias

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      Hi,

      The binding already exists, only the values are not getting passed. I tested the same in another server and it worked fine there.

      FYI, I am calling a BAPI inside the method.

      Thanks,

      Bharath

      Edited by: bharathram nagaraj on Apr 9, 2008 1:57 PM

      Edited by: bharathram nagaraj on Apr 10, 2008 8:43 AM

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 06:52 AM

    Check for linkages. Is the binding activated betwwen workflow to task container.

    Check whether values appear in task container or not.

    Then check for binding between task & method container. Is there any event linked with the task. Is the event linkage is activated.

    The problem might be resolved if all the linkages are correct.

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