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using workflow work items

Hi all,

I need some assistance guys. I am trying to understand that how do we use work items in work flow. Can anyone please help me with it, that is how to create the workflow and so on.....

If possible please let me know if there is some document you have or something on the internet.

that will be a gr8 help folks.

regards

Varun Sachdev

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    Posted on May 06, 2005 at 06:59 AM

    Hi Varun,

    Here it goes... A workflow generally is triggered by some business event in SAP. Say for example when you create a document like Purchase Order or Sales Order. There are Business Objects written in SAP and most of the transactions use them to trigger off an event. You can start workflows through these events. The business objects contain methods within them which can be called at the workflow level. Say for example.. you want to send a Purchase Order Display method to a manager in a company when the Purchase Order amount exceeds a threshold. You can do this via the start condition in a workflow and the workflow calls the Display method and sends this workitem to the managers inbox. For more details you can always refer SAP help.. no other documentation can match it... 😉

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/a5/172437130e0d09e10000009b38f839/frameset.htm

    Regards,

    Sudhi

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      Hi Sudhindra,

      Thanks for your help.

      i have checked the link and Iam trying to create the workflow. Almost there i hope it I am able to do it.

      In case I have any issues I would revert.

      Once again thanks for the help.

      the description u sent has helped me understand the entire thing

      Regards

      Varun Sachdev

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