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Issue with Adhoc Approver not getting added to Approval overview

Hi Folks,

We are using SRM5.0, Server 550, SP14 and using Classic scenario.

We have N-Step Approval BADI implemented and the Approvers are getting determined successfully as per the required business logic.

However there is a requirement to add Ad-hoc approvers over and above the approvers suggested by N-Step Approval BADI.

In the Approval overview screen we could able to add Reviewers without any issue but when adding Adhoc Approvers using Add Approvers button, the approver can be selected and while clicking on 'Transfer' button the approver is not getting transfered to Approval overview.

I believe and as far as my understanding goes this should work as standard without any BADI implementation / setting activation.

We have BBP_CHNG_AGNT_GET and BBP_CHNG_AGNT_ALLOW BADIs implemented but no such code is in place to restrict adding any Adhoc approvers.

Also i tried by deactviating the BBP_CHNG_AGNT_ALLOW BADI implementation but of no use. I have also raised an OSS message with SAP for this in the mean time.

Please let me know in case i missed out something or there is some bug in the system.

Regards,

Teja

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2011 at 02:03 PM

    This note might be helpful to you

    Note 1318725 - Ad-hoc approvers cannot be changed

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      Hi All,

      This issue has been resolved.

      The Adhoc approver functionality is not handled properly when the N-Step Approval BADI was implemented.

      This is handled in the BADI Parameter VALUE( APPROVAL_HISTORY_TABLE ) and VALUE( ACTUAL_APPROVAL_INDEX ).

      Thank you all for your help and support.

      Regards,

      Teja

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