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Hello programmers, i would like to know if some of you had a situation similar to this:

There is a WorkFlow that it's launched by the events CREATED or MODIFIED from the Business Object BUS2032, for some users the Workflow works fine, but for other it isn't. In some cases the WF passes the variables with the correct value, but in other cases the value is equal to space.

I already initialize the memory using /$SYNC and /$TAB commands but it's still no working correctly..

Can you give some advice, suggestions?


Carlos Lerzundy

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  • Posted on Jan 04, 2005 at 11:37 PM

    I would compare the authorizations of the users that are successful with the users that aren't

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      Hi Deborah! thanks for answer my message so soon.

      The authorizations are fine, i've check it myself and it seems to be alright, in matter of fact, i test it with another abaper and i can't make work the WF with the abaper account either, i try with another abapers account and works fine, we all have the same level of authorizations, i also try with some end users accounts and the results were the same, for some users works fine but no the same result for another bunch of users...


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    Posted on Jan 14, 2005 at 03:20 PM

    Dear Carlos,

    First of all, please make sure that all of you use the same language to develop and start your workflow.

    If different, please activate it as required language.

    2nd check your workflow agent assignment, if possible define it as general and generate runtime version again.

    3nd use Txn:SWU_OBUF to sync workflow buffer.

    Good Luck.


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