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Create event in GOS obj to trigger workflow while attaching data with GOS

Hello experts,

It is a little bit urgent.

I have a scenario. We have to attach documents to SAP application using GOS. These documents can be edited also.

Now second part is that when we attach the document or edit the document, the document should be send with the work item "when we attach the document".

The first part of the scenario is completed and working fine. The second part of the scenario is causing problem. I have checked the various options but none of them are proving helpful.

There is an option in GOS toolbar to send the documents through workflow but that also asks for the related workflow.

I was trying to create an event for GOS object (Z object not a subtype of any other object) which can trigger the workflow automatically when the attachment are created and edited but can not go further with it as am not so strong in workflow. I ahve just created the event. Do I need to write some code for the event?

I request you to kindly help me either in creating this event which will trigger the workflow (whole process) or any other method to do the same.

Thank you all in advance.

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    Posted on Feb 04, 2012 at 03:11 AM

    All the attachment related with the GOS get stored in table SRGBTBREL.

    I think you can run a batch job that will check this table entry and will trigger workflow as you get the key field also in this table. Alternatively you can try to use change document concept of triggering workflow but unfortunately you do not have Changedocument object for the above mentioned table.

    Thanks

    Arghadip

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