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$ limit set in BBP_SPENDING_LIMIT on su01 personalization tab is not effecting wf

Hello Guru's,

We have a request to set personnel spend limit. I've set $1,000 for spend limit in 'BBP_SPENDING_LIMIT on personalization tab in su01 record. However when a cart is created for under 1K it is still routing for approval.

I checked table SPERS_OBJ.

PERS_TYPE 'U'

OBJECT_KEY = 'srm_shop1'

PERS_KEY = 'BBP_SPENDING_LIMIT'

FIELDNAME = 'SPENDING_LIMIT'

User has 1,000 spend limit set in personalization on su01 record, but there are not entries on
table SPERS_OBJ for test user.

Actually, I do not see any entries for PERS_KEY = 'BBP_SPENDING_LIMIT' FIELDNAME = 'SPENDING_LIMIT'

Am I missing configuration ?

We are using process controlled WF with BRF in SRM 7.01 classic scenario.

Thanks in advance for guidance on this.

Kim

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2012 at 08:03 PM

    Hi Kim,

    It should work if you maintained at SU01. Have you maintained the currency also?

    You can check at transaction SWO1> BUS4101> instance> test> put your user

    Here it will show all the user attributes and values and if here sows the spending limit value and currency. Then it should work.

    Cheers,

    Melina

    Ps.: If this helps you, please assign the concerning SDN points 😉

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    • Former Member

      Hi Melina,

      Thank you for your respond & sorry for the delay on my end.

      I'm finally getting back to this issue.

      I check SWO1> BUS4101> instance> test> put your user and it does show spend limit value (1,000) and currency (usd) for the user, but when that user creates a cart under limit ($30) our workflow is still being called / assigned.

      Is there anything further I can check ?

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