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Standard Workflow Tables for ESS Claims

Hi Experts,

We have configured the ESS / MSS Claims process in R/3, Portal and Workflow. Once I am applying claim in portal and approving the claim. I am running the standard program to update the infotypes. Now my query is, where these datas will be stored in the backend. When the user is required to view the datas how should they might check these datas except through infotype. I have checked the standard tables there is no data available.

Kindly reply me as soon as possible.... So that I have process it further

Regards,

Kannan

Edited by: Kanna83 on Dec 21, 2011 6:35 PM

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2011 at 04:36 PM

    Hello Kanan,

    If you feel that data is not at all saving, then you can check the WorkFlow log, if the process is successful or not ??

    This can be checked through swi1.

    Best Regards,

    Deepak.

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2011 at 04:37 PM

    check

    t77www_cltransd

    and its available in PCL4 cluster

    also the data is updated in infotypes check in PA30

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      Dear Siddharth,

      Thanks for your valuable reply.

      But in the table T77WWW_CLTRANSD we are not able to see any records getting stored.

      How to view the records in the table T77WWW_CLTRANSD?

      Can u let us knw that the table T7INCLM_ADV_TRNS ( Claims & Advance Transaction Table ) will get updated or not???

      Is there any report to update the table T7INCLM_ADV_TRNS.

      Please let us knw.

      Thanks,

      Nalla B.

  • Posted on Dec 22, 2011 at 07:07 PM
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