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BOR type and event for transaction ABF1

Dear experts,

I am looking for BOR type and event to use in the workflow for transaction ABF1.

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    Posted on Oct 28, 2010 at 07:26 PM

    Hi,

    You can use event trace to check the events for a particular Transaction.

    1. Go to Transaction SWELS and Switch on the Event Trace.

    2. Then post your document using ABF1.

    3. Switch off the trace using Transaction using SWELS.

    Then check the transaction SWEL. If it displayed any BO and Events then you can make use of it.

    If it is finance related transaction, then you should check for the business transaction Events.

    It can be done using wizard SWU_EWBTE.

    Please do a search for Business transaction events in SDN.

    Thanks,

    Viji.

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      Thanks. It worked. When i created my workflow in client 100 --> my status shows Active in Workflow start using triggering events . However, when i go to client 110 the status is deactivated. Do i have to do any other steps to activate it?

      Thanks.

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2010 at 03:48 AM

    Hi Sergey ,

    You have to use the client copy in the client 110.

    In the 110 client, go to Transaction SCC1 and enter your Customized request and release it.

    It will activate your workflow in the client 110. if you are using SCC1 in first time, then you can do this with any Basiss guy help.

    Thanks.

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