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CDHDR entries for chaning LFA1-LNRZA

Hi,

If I change any of the main fields of vendor data then there is one entry in CDHDR

Even if I change multiple fields, eg I change name, city and bank data

Then there is only entry in CDHDR and multiple entries in CDPOS for LFA1, LFBK tables etc

but when I change the Atlernate Payee field in general data of vendor, there are multiple entries in CDHDR

there as as many entries in CDHDR as many entries are there for WYT3 table for the vendor

This is very puzzling and it effects as we have defined vendor change event and workflow

this causes multiple change events and multiple workflows for single change

so I need to figure out reason why there are multiple entries for change header for KRED change document for WYT3 table.

kindly provide some inputs

thanks

b

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  • Posted on Aug 17, 2011 at 12:31 PM

    Hello,

    You'll have to look in the workflow and see how it's making the change. It could be doing a separate change for every field. I don't see why it should but it would explain what you're seeing.

    regards

    R

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    Posted on Aug 17, 2011 at 12:41 PM

    Hi,

    I think what you want is to control the trigerring of workflow for few field changes...

    You can use workflow start conditions to control the trigerring of workflow... on inserting theses conditions your workflow will trigger only for relevant fields and will ignore the other...

    Search this forum... for workflow start conditions...

    Regards

    Gautam

    Edited by: gautam maini on Aug 17, 2011 2:41 PM

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