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The use of dummy connectors in CUP

In our old version of AE 5.2, we had a set of dummy connectors for non SAP (ABAP) systems that were used to develop a workflow. Those workflows were used properly, to create and approve requests, which were then manually provisioned into those non ABAP systems.

Now that we put in AE 5.2 SP14, it seems that those dummy connectors are a source of consternation. If we have them in our connector list, then a number of other features break, and as soon as we disable those dummy connectors, the broken features work fine.

With the dummy connectors disabled, their associated workflows are also rendered non functional. I need to figure out if we can have some similar setup where our non ABAP/non SAP systems can be managed via AE.

All we want to do is track the workflow centrally.



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    Posted on Oct 27, 2010 at 05:42 PM

    I filled out any value into the connector so as to make it legit, and it worked fine. In other words, the connector info is not relevant to the workflow, but it allows the connector config to be complete.

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