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Approval with Completion WF standard behaviour

Dear Experts,

Issue description:

-SRM 7.

-PC Worklflow.

-SP 09.

-Approval with completion.

-Expression used is the standard that checks vendoru2019s existence.

Requester creates a SC and is sent to the corresponding buyer for completion.

Buyer fills with the vendor and press approve. SC is not sent back to the requester. Is this standard behavior? I was expecting SC going back to requester in order to accept the buyer completion, as in the old WF. Should buyer mark u201CInquire u201C option to force WF behaving as in SRM 5.

SAP Help depicts that work item is being sent back if u201C adjust configurationu201D is put in place. I do not catch the meaning of u201Cadjustu201D configuration.

Thanks in advance for your answers,

AB.

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  • Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 10:55 PM

    Hi,

    Yes it is standard behavior.

    You can use Inquiry option in UI or Acceptance by Contact Person option in Process Level customizing.

    Regards,

    Masa

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2011 at 08:02 AM

    Solved as per Masa's confirmation.

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