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WS14000109 (Approval n-step over Value Limit)

Hi,

i'm working with SRM 5.0 standalone scenario.

I want to try the WS14000109 (Approval n-step over Value Limit) workflow.

I activate it in oocu - tranzaction, than i go to swb_cond - tranzaction. But when i choose Business object "BOR ___ EC Requirment Coverage Request" i can see only 6 WFlows, and the WS14000109 isn't shown.

And i need to change some start conditions for it, how can i do it?

thanks!

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2008 at 03:37 PM

    This is because there is no start conditions for that WF already in place. Click on "Create" button and then select the BO you will see all the related workflows which doesn't have a start condition.

    Regards, IA

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    • Hi Artem,

      If you do not wish to trigger the spend limit workflow for values above 20000, then you can set up your start conditions so that this workflow is only triggered for shopping cart total value less than 20000. Then you must have another workflow in your start conditions which will be triggered for values over 20000. Otherwise you will get an error when you try to create a cart.

      Kind regards,

      Siobhan

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2008 at 11:10 AM

    Hi,

    I have a similar request but I'm working on CRM 6.0, can I use the workflow "WS10000031 - Two steps approval" to fit my requirement?

    I'm asking this because I can't find this Workflow in my OOCU tcode. I've changed already my triggering events to the transaction type i'm creating (CRM quotations) in the workflow but nothing happens...

    Do you have some suggestion?

    Best Regards

    Hugo

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