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Parked document to be locked while in workflow

Hi all,

I want to lock a parked document from edit while in workflow, I have seen in my previous project that if any document in workflow if try to change it used to give a message that 'document in wirkflow'. how to set this setting for parked documents using FIPP.

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Edited by: venu gopal on Dec 13, 2011 6:53 AM

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 07:08 AM

    Hi,

    Would be possible that in your previous project there was for example some user-exit implemented? For example, when you try to save the document, do some checks if the workflow is still running (plenty of functions (check SAP_WAPI*) can be found to achieve this), raise an error, or whatever.

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    Karri

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      Hi,

      At least I am not aware of this kind of customizing possibility in parked document handling process. Please go through the customization, if you think you can find such a possibility. In my experience I've never seen a need for this kind of functionality in parked doc. process.

      I don't know the badis/user-exits of this area, but I am sure there must be some thing that you can use. Much more likely to find something in the saving part (not in the display->change part).

      Regards,

      Karri

  • Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 10:15 AM

    It is possible can be done with help of exit/badi. Check in sww_wi2obj table whether some workflow is triggefred or not and display message accordingly.

    Nabheet

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