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Hr Administrator processing of leave request

Hi Experts,

We are implementing the leave request using WF WS12300111.

We have a requirement in which we need to customize at TS12300104 which is for the HR Administrator to process in case the status change is not effected.

The work item should come to the HR Admin. There should be 3 action buttons in the work item : Approve, Reject, Raise to another team.

When we click on the "Raise to another team" button, there should be a pop-up that appears in which the HR Admin can enter his comments. When he enters his comments, the WF should trigger an email notification that sends the comments that the HR Admin had entered in the pop up. Also they would be requiring a checkbox in the form just below the pop up if which checked will send the above comments entered in the pop up to another team. If this is not checked, the email notification is sent to the team to which it was initially supposed to send to. The control of the WF should return back to the same step once this is done.

Could you please guide us as to how this could be achieved.


Belinda Clarke

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2011 at 05:36 AM


    You can copy the standard task and modify it as per your requirement.

    You can use the below function module to get the comments from HR admin.


    Instead of using the checkbox, you can use the function module, POPUP_TO_CONFIRM and based on the output of the function module, you can set a flag. Based on the flag value, you can route the workflow to the desired team.

    If you can don't want to use the above option, you have to design a module pool screen and call this screen in your method.

    Hope it helps.



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