SAP Workflow

SAP Workflow

Chapter 1: Workflow Introduction

  • 1. What are SAP Business WORKFLOWS?
  • 2. Why Workflows
  • 3. Need of Workflows
  • 4. Drawbacks
  • 5. Features of Workflows
  • 6. Workflow Terminologies
  • 7. Prerequisites of using Workflows

Chapter 2: Workflow basic information

  • 1. Workflow Architecture
  • 2. Workflow Definition and workflow template
  • 3. Workflow symbols

Chapter 3: Design of Workflow

  • 1. Workflow step
  • 2. Workflow symbols
  • 3. Task and Workflow definition
  • 4. Workitem definition
  • 5. Different types of Workitems
  • 6. Deadline Monitoring in Workflow

Chapter 4: Business object Definition

  • 1. Business Object and Methods
  • 2. Container structure and Container Programming
  • 3. Events
  • 4. Attributes

Chapter 5:Binding in Workflow

  • 1. Container Definition
  • 2. Types of Containers used in Workflows
  • 3. Reading / Writing Containers
  • 4. Usage of Binding
  • 5. Dataflow during binding process

Chapter 6: Agents in Workflow

  • 1. Agent definition
  • 2. Types of Agents
  • 3. Determination of Agents through Rules(Responsibility)
  • 4. Determination of Agents through Rules( Function Module)

Chapter 7: Workflow Monitoring through Various Tcodes

Chapter 8: Usage of different steps in workflow builder

Chapter 9: Workflow Configuration

Chapter 10: Triggering Workflows

  • 1. Events
  • 2. Change Document
  • 3. Function Modules

Chapter 11: Generation of Reports with Workflow information

Chapter 12: Workflow Notifications

  • 1. Features of inbox in SAP
  • 2. Configuration of notifications to external Mail servers

Chapter 13: ESS / MSS Workflows

  • 1. Leave request workflow
  • 2. Loan request workflow
  • 3. Travel expense claim workflow
  • 4. Training request workflow

Chapter 14: Common ‘Errors’ and ‘resolution’

  • 1. Agent determination errors
  • 2. Buffering errors
  • 3. Work item errors
  • 4. Event linkage errors

Chapter 15: Workflow Jobs

Chapter 16: Program Exits

Chapter 17: Dynamic Parallel Processing and Subworkflow

Chapter 18: Debugging in Workflows

  • 1. Event Debugging
  • 2. Agent resolution Debugging
  • 3. Workflow Task (Method) debugging
  • 4. Foreground (Dialog) Tasks
  • 5. Background (Synchronous) Tasks

Chapter 19: Important tables and T codes in Workflow Management

About Instructor

KudVenkat

Software Architect, Trainer, Author and Speaker in Pragim Technologies.

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