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Former Member
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i need some concepts in workflow.

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Former Member
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Workflow is an automation of business process. Workflow is divided into four main areas

1.Business workplace, 2. Workflow Builder, 3. Tasks, 4.Business Object Repository.

List of transactions used in workflow.

SWDD Workfow Builder

PFAC Maintain Standard Role

PFTC Maintain Tasks

PFOM Create Organizational Assignments

PPOME Organization and Staffing Change

PPWFBUF Refresh client buffer

SWB_COND Workflow start conditions

SWEC Events for change document overview

SWEL Display Event Trace

SWELS Switch Event Trace on/off

SWES Consistancy Check for Event Linkage

SWETYPV Event Type Linkage

SWI1 Selection Report for Work Items

SWI11 Where used list for Tasks

SWI13 Authorization to Execute and Start Tasks

SWI14 Display workflow from object type

SWI2_DIAG Diagnosis of work item with errors

SWI2_FREQ Work items per task

SWI5 Workload analysis (by org unit)

SWI6 Workflows for object

SWIA Execute work items without agent check

SWL1 Dynamic columns for business workplace

SWPR Workflow restart after error

SWU0 Event simulation

SWU10 Workflow Trace Delete

SWU3 Verify workflow customizing (traffic light summary)

SWU8 Workflow Trace On/Off

SWU9 Workflow Trace Display

SWUD Workflow diagnostic tool

SWUE Event creation

SWUF Administration of workflow run time systems (delete work items, error monitoring)

SWUI Start Workflow (Split Screen)

SWUS Start Workflow (Test Environment)

SWWL Delete Work Item

Former Member
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Please read the forum rules...

Active Contributor
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what you need is a [concept|] in posting appropriate questions.

Former Member
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Perhaps it is Achanta's long awaited April Fool's joke which is decending on us?

Active Contributor
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That's right, we should be alert today

Active Contributor
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Does that mean we can go back to sleep tomorrow?

Former Member
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I think hybernation is the term. Or couch-potatoe.

Hey, isn't that a workflow concept? You send any thoughtless workitems into the WF engine, and it is processed automatically in the background without you having to look back.