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【Workflow】Is that possible to move the end point of condition?

Feb 20 at 02:01 PM


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Dear Experts,

I have a question about building the SAP workflow in Tr-cd:PFTC.

In the WF, I made various condition steps and avtity steps so that many branches are created.

About these branch, is that possible to move the end point of branches freely?

image-of-endpoint.pngAbout "end point", I attached file to show where I called end point.

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Egor Malov Feb 20 at 02:43 PM

Hi, Yuki,

The logic behind the editor (as I get it) is a little different: you cannot move the end point as is, but you can do it indirectly, by cutting and then pasting the step(s) you want in\out of your condition block.

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Thank you Egor!
Yes, that is what we found so far.

I asked this question because we want to make this kind(see attached image) of flow if we can.

We think the image flow is difficult to make by cut and paste.



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I'm afraid you cannot. There is not-so-obvious concept of blocks ( ) , and it states that blocks should be encapsulated strictly one inside of another like Tutankhamun coffins or like Russian dolls)) ) . And it's not what we have on your image. I think the work around could be like this:

- convert your scheme as follows: make your second condition the inner block (and the first condition - the outer block). Remember the outcome of the inner block in a workflow container element, then analyse it when the process leaves the outer block.

To make the block concept clearer, you can get the blocks visible: in SWDD Extras\Options\View(tab)\Display of Graphical Modeling View\Block Display

I don't think it makes sence to display blocks all the time, but it's worth to have a look once.