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How to model approval process correctly?

Hello,

I want to model a simple approval process using VC and GP.

In VC I have created the following iViews:

One iView which contains a form and a table. The data of the form is added to the table when clicking on an "add" button. The data of the table is propagated to the end-point when clicking on a "submit" button.

The second iView just displays the data of the table and provides an "accept" and a "reject" button.

When clicking on the "accept" button the process just ends.

When clicking on the "reject" button the process continues with the first iView and the table data can be modified. Unfortunately, the data of the table is lost when returning to the first iView.

How can I ensure that the data is stored or propagated back to the first iView?

Best regards

Alexander

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 04:06 AM

    Hi,

    You have to consolidate the input/output parameters of your Iviews so that it will be persisted in the process context.Otherwise you can store your info in a BO and later retieve it.

    These links are helpful for you.

    [link1|callable-object-for-wd-java]

    li[link2|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nwce10/helpdata/en/de/598041a17e060de10000000a1550b0/content.htm]

    Sampath

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 07:48 AM

    Thank you very much.

    After correctly performing the parameter consolidation it just worked fine.

    Best regards

    Alexander

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