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Executing SAP work items through outlook or lotus using extendended notificaitons

Former Member
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Hi All,

I have configured SWNCONFIG and scheduled the job SWNSELSEN.The work items are going to lotus.

I have some queries mentioned below.

1. SWNSELSEN programe is taking around 20 minutes to run because there are many(thousands of) old work items of users available in inbox.

    it is picking all the old work items(existing work items in inbox of users).Can't we stop those? can''t we send the new work items which are coming         after schedule the job?

2.My users have two types of work items...one is webdynpro forms...and standard work items (generated by User decision steps).

   there are around 10 different webdynpro forms.how can i give URL i.e link in SWNCONFIG to execute those from lotus or outlook.

3.In which step i can restrict the tasks for sending selected work items to lotus or outlook?

4.Can we send sap notifications(documents) to lotus or outlook?if so how?

I hope you understand my requirement.waiting for your help.

Regards,

Ramesh.

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former_member185167
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Hello,

"1. SWNSELSEN programe is taking around 20 minutes to run"

Did you set it up to only send mail about "delta" workitems, i.e. only the new ones?

"3.In which step i can restrict the tasks for sending selected work items to lotus or outlook?"

In the filter section of SWNCONFIG

regards

Rick

Former Member
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Hi Rick,

Thanks for your reply.

1.Yes i have mentioned " new ones only"but my programe is taking around 15 minutes.because in my dev server there are around 5000 work items pending of all users.so its taking so much time i guess.

2.actually i have configured SWNADMIN.its so easy to configure...i could mentione the tasks easily...but in swnconfig..its not taking multiple tasks..

3.can we send filtered sap notifications to lotus?? i configured so16 ...its sending all the notifications.

Regards,

Ramesh.