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Copy a workflow

Former Member
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Hi All,

can anyone tell me how to copy a entire workflow into a new workflow?

Thanks and regards,

Raj

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jasper_blok
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As Mike suggested you can copy a WF in the start screen of PFTC. You need to define the complete workflow container in the new workflow. There is a way to bypass this job:

Create a new workflow.

Go to the workflow builder (by pressing the button)

Go to the menu path:

Edit->Insert Workflow.

This will open a popup in which you can enter a WF number. The complete definition including the container is inserted into the new workflow.

Regards.

Jasper

Edit:

Forget my remarks, the way described by Mike works perfectly on ECC 6.0

Former Member
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Hi!

Use transaction PFTC_COP to copy workflows!

Anwar.

former_member186746
Active Contributor
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>

> Hi All,

>

> can anyone tell me how to copy a entire workflow into a new workflow?

>

> Thanks and regards,

> Raj

Could you clarify your question, because to me it seems that you're asking if it is possible to insert in a workflowtemplate amongst other thing a complete other workflowdefinition. In other words, use a subflow (create workflowstep and give the ws-number as the task).

Kind regards, Rob Dielemans

Former Member
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hi,

Instead you can take another version of the existing workflow and start working on it...and it wont affect the older version,once u done wit the new version.... u can make use of it.

Siva

pokrakam
Active Contributor
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PFTC -> select WF template -> enter your WF number.

Click on the copy icon.

Enter a new abbreviation for your new workflow and save it.