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SWUD Warning - Conversion from "Std BO" to "ZBO" can...

Greeting Friends,

I created a ZBUS2032 from BUS2032, delegated it and it's working fine.

But at SWUD, when I use Workflow Diagnosis, SAP give me this warning.

Binding Warnings: Conversion from '[BO.BUS2032]' to '[BO.ZBUS2032]' can can...

In my Workflow template, at Triggering Events, I used "BUS2032".

I'm missing something?

I read somewhere about change docs to "ZBUS" in SWEC.

I havent used Tcode Swec. I should do something there? What? How? Why?

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José Oliveira

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  • Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 06:55 PM

    Hi,

    Change docs are nothing but a set of fields for a particular doc for which the workflow will be triggered.

    Check if your workflow is triggering when sales order is created. If no you have to create an entry in SWEC tcode with corresponding change doc, BO and event.

    Let me know if you have any queries.

    Regards,

    Raj

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 09:17 PM

    Thx Friends, but I discovered my mistake.

    I created a container at my workflow for BOR BUS2032 as Type ZBUS2032.

    So, I was getting this message "Conversion from 'http://BO.BUS2032' to 'http://BO.ZBUS2032' can".

    I change the Container type to BUS2032 and the test now at SWUD is 100%.

    Thx!

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