Tuesday, April 24, 2012

WORKFLOW 1st day

Business Process Automation TOOL.
Workflow is a chain (flow chat) at transactions.
Using WF, we represent the business process in a graphical format.
Benefits of Workflow :
Every Transaction can be Monitored.
            Sending Reminders to start Transactions.
            Sending Reminders to Complete Transactions.
Every Transaction done on transaction can be Documented.
è Inputs
è Comments
è Attachments.
Next Transaction to be executed is automatically identified.
Person responsible for next transaction is automatically identified.
Required data for next transaction is also passed automatically.
Support Multiple Languages.
Workflow can be used for error handling in ALV/IDOCS.

Triggering Transactions :- Source Transactions
Create PO, So, Invoice, Travel forms, Payment Run.
Change PO, So, Invoice, Travel forms, Payment Run.
Delete PO, So, Invoice, Travel forms, Payment Run.
Triggering Techniques : BADI, User Exits, Infotype, Change Document, Business Transaction, CRM Actions, Z Programs, Other Workflow, Test Tool and Utility.
Triggering Events : Used to Start Workflow.
Terminating Events : Used to  Complete the Workflow.
Step: There is Two type of steps .
1.      Foreground Step
2.      Background Step.

Foreground Step : Foreground Step  are executed by the agent.
Background Step : System could execute this step.
Standard Task and Customer task (similar to Data element) :  It Contains What is
1.      Background object
2.      Method
3.      Background
4.      Email Subject
5.      Email Body text.
Customer task is Client Dependent (800,300, 500…..).
Standard task is Client Independent (800).

There are Two Types of Workflow
1.      Workflow Template – Client Independent.
2.      Workflow Task         _ Client Dependent.

Tutorials on SAP-ABAP

Adobe Interactive Forms Tutorials

Business Server Pages (BSP)


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ALV Tutorials