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Contract editing workflow

Hello Experts,

Is it possible to have a custom contract change (edit) workflow?

I understand that sensitive fields can be identified, change in those fields can trigger information emails, however I wanted to understand if change workflow can be created (not via the EHP fund management workflow).

Thanks

Veena

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  • Posted on Jan 25, 2012 at 06:17 PM

    Hi,

    You can achieve this through workflow task, explain it to your WF consultant.

    Use WF program for business object BUS1505 and method SENDMAILFORCHANGEINCONTR, define your logic here.

    Here you have to identify sensitive fields for which you need to inform through mail.

    In case if you want SAP standard solution, go through the note 1421014 (special development)

    regards,

    Srini

    Edited by: srinivasa.rao2303 on Jan 25, 2012 11:47 PM

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      Hi Srini,

      Thanks for the reply. Sending Intimation for change is information, however blocking the contract for posting and a multilevel approval the process is the key requirment.

      If there is any opiniion on the same other than using FM-EHP 3 functionality please do suggest

      Regards

      Veena

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    Posted on Feb 03, 2012 at 05:25 AM

    Hi,

    Has anyone explored the standard workflows:

    WS1790004

    RECN_Approve

    Multiple validation of real estate contract RE-FX

    WS1790005

    RECN_AppPar1

    Parallel release of line items

    WS1790006

    RECN_AppPar2

    Parallel unlocking of line items

    WS1790017

    RECN_AppPar3

    Parallel approval after activation

    Unable to see them in our system despite FM module.

    Regards

    Veena

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