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Practical Workflow for SAP

Practical Workflow for SAP

  • Author: D. J. Adams,Alan Rickayzen,Konstantin Anikeev,Paul Bakker,Jocelyn Dart
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781493210091
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 1000
  • View: 3534
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Familiar with some aspects of managing Workflow, but not with others? This title lets you pick the sections or chapters that are most relevant to you; focus on the provided conceptual explanations, technical instructions, or both. It includes topics such as configuration, administration and troubleshooting, design, and enhancement.

Practical Workflow for SAP

Practical Workflow for SAP

Effective Business Processes Using SAP's WebFlow Engine

  • Author: Alan Rickayzen
  • Publisher: Galileo PressInc
  • ISBN: 9781592290062
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 552
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Practical Guide to SAP Workflow Agent Determination

Practical Guide to SAP Workflow Agent Determination

  • Author: Gretchen Horn
  • Publisher: Espresso Tutorials GmbH
  • ISBN: 3960125232
  • Category:
  • Page: 265
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Dive into agent determination in SAP Business Workflow in this comprehensive guide. Explore the types of workflow agents and how each agent type is defined. Discover how agent types can be defined within the task and workflow definition. Explore workflow rules and clarify the various options for defining rules. Obtain expert advice on the functionality available to agents for processing work items and how to support them as a workflow administrator. Walk through the available reports that focus on the agents of workflow instances and learn how to identify errors, pinpoint areas for improvement, and reveal bottlenecks in workflow processes. Learn about best practices for agent administration and troubleshoot common errors. Examine detailed workshops exploring rule definition, modeled deadlines, ad hoc agents, and release procedures.

- Fundamentals of SAP Business Workflow agent types and agent determination
- Example rules defined using responsibilities, ABAP, evaluation paths, organizational data, and BRF+
- Agent administration and reporting
- Deep dive workshops exploring rule definition, modeled deadlines, ad hoc agents, and release procedures

SAP

SAP

Workflow Business Process Automation

  • Author: Sudipta Malakar
  • Publisher: BPB Publications
  • ISBN: 9388176537
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 605
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Demystifying “SAP Business Automation” and shape tangible use cases that add values to your organisation, Customers & Business DESCRIPTION The book has been written in such a way that the concepts are explained in detail, giving adequate emphasis on examples. To make clarity of the programming examples, logic is explained properly as well discussed using comments in program itself. The book covers the topics right from the start of the software using snapshots of starting the software and writing programs into it. The real-time examples are discussed in detail from simple to complex taking into consideration the requirement of IT consultants. Various sample projects are included in the Book and are written in simple language so as to give IT consultants the basic idea of developing projects in SAP. The examples given in book are user-focused and have been highly updated including topics, figures and examples. The book features more on practical approach with more examples covering topics from simple to complex one addressing many of the core concepts and advance topics also. KEY FEATURES Examples, problem solutions, and tips and tricks for daily practice are given in a simple manner. Learn the Troubleshooting & performance optimization techniques Get to know the Hard coding – Categorization & Recommendations SAP Business Workflow Introduction, Terminology, Function Modules and Reports are given in a simple form. WHAT WILL YOU LEARN SAP NetWeaver Gateway Realtime Case Study and demos on workflow for all the major SAP applications Step-by-step instructions for adapting data flows, agent determination, event definitions, and more SAP Workflow upgrade from 4.6 to 6.0 WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR SAP Consultants, SAP technical, Business analysts, Architects, Team Leads, Project Leads, Project Managers, Account Manager, Account Executives, CEO, CTO, COO, CIO, Sr. VP, Directors. Table of Contents 1. SAP Business Workflow Introduction 2. SAP Business Workflow Terminology 3. SAP Workflow with Function Modules & Reports 4. SAP Workflow Review Checklist 5. Demo- SAP Workflow for Credit Memos 6. Demo- SAP Business Workflow Substitution 7. Demo - When a FI Document is Parked then Trigger Custom Workflow 8. Demo - Goods Returns Workflow 9. Demo- Workflow for MRP Purchase Requisitions 10. Workflow Management System Best Practices 11. Earn Value - Overview 12. Basic Data Services Using SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0 13. SAP NetWeaver Gateway- Transaction Codes Usage and Purpose 14. SAP NetWeaver Gateway Basic Configuration 15. Demo- Workflow Trigger Using HR Tables 16. Demo- Workflow Trigger using Status Management 17. Demo- Leave Request 18. Demo- Integration of Portal and SAP Workflow 19. Demo- Integration of Workflow with ALE 20. Demo- Attach link in send mail Step of a Workflow 21. Case Study - Advance Workflow Design- Update Sales Document 22. Case Study - SAP Workflow Upgrade from 4.6 to 6.0 23. Quiz Session - SAP Workflow

Business Process Management

Business Process Management

5th International Conference, BPM 2007, Brisbane, Australia, September 24-28, 2007, Proceedings

  • Author: Gustavo Alonso,Peter Dadam,Michael Rosemann
  • Publisher: Springer
  • ISBN: 3540751831
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 418
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Business Process Management, BPM 2007, held in Brisbane, Australia, in September 2007. The papers are organized in topical sections on business process maturity and performance, business process modeling, case studies, compliance and change, process configuration and execution, formal foundations of BPM, business process mining, and semantic issues in BPM.

Universal Worklist with SAP NetWeaver Portal

Universal Worklist with SAP NetWeaver Portal

  • Author: Darren Hague
  • Publisher: Espresso Tutorials GmbH
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category:
  • Page: 272
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This comprehensive technical guide shows developers, technical consultants, and solution architects all the ins and outs of the Universal Worklist in SAP NetWeaver Portal. This hands-on workshop takes you, step by step, from standard configuration to working with different user interfaces and covers workflow integration from any back-end systems. Readers get an exclusive look under the hood of the Universal Worklist functionality and gain insight on future application scenarios. By reading this guide you will be able to reconfigure existing applications to conform with the UWL, write UWL-specific applications or transactions and adapt data sets in order to have the appropriate work item IDs created. Many screenshots and code samples illustrate the processes in detail, allowing you work with the UWL functionality appropriately - just as you will soon be doing in your daily work. Highlights: - Standard UWL configuration: Connecting SAP systems, items in the UWL, changing the basic look - Customizing UWL: Custom views, custom work item handlers - Integrating other types of workflow: Ad-hoc workflow, publishing workflow, 3rd party workflow - UWL behind the scenes: Performance tuning, working around limitations, SAP function modules

What on Earth is an SAP IDoc?

What on Earth is an SAP IDoc?

  • Author: Jelena Perfiljeva
  • Publisher: Espresso Tutorials GmbH
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category:
  • Page: 213
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This book provides you with the essential knowledge you need to work with SAP IDoc interfaces successfully. Walk through the IDoc anatomy and different kinds of segments. Dive into inbound and outbound IDoc interfaces and learn how to create a port and logical system. Walk step by step through how to configure IDoc interfaces for various business scenarios including sending an invoice to an EDI partner, receiving a sales order from an EDI partner, and receiving material master data from an external system. Learn how to use output and change pointer techniques. Examine how to monitor and troubleshoot post-IDoc interface implementation activities and get a handle on archiving best practices. Navigate IDoc interface enhancement options including adding segments and user exits. By using detailed examples, tips, and screenshots, the author brings readers up to speed on the fundamentals of SAP IDocs. - Fundamentals of inbound and outbound IDoc interfaces and configuration - Learn how to implement interfaces with ALE and EDI - Troubleshoot common post-implementation challenges - Quick reference guide to common IDoc transaction codes and reports

Cases on Information Technology and Business Process Reengineering

Cases on Information Technology and Business Process Reengineering

  • Author: Mehdi Khosrowpour
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • ISBN: 1599043963
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 357
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"This book presents a wide range of issues and challenges related to business process reengineering technologies and systems through the use of case studies"--Provided by publisher.

Workflow Management with SAP® WebFlow®

Workflow Management with SAP® WebFlow®

A Practical Manual

  • Author: Andrew N. Fletcher,Markus Brahm,Hergen Pargmann
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 9783540404033
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 257
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It is now possible to gain competitive advantages based on consolidated R/3 system implementations. One of the most important optimisation aspects is a more consistent process integration in order to bring about fast, secure and cost effective business processes. This approach inevitably leads to Workflow Management and for SAP users to SAP® WebFlow®. This book introduces the topic of Workflow Management, gives an overview of the technical possibilities of SAP® WebFlow® and allows the reader to assess SAP workflow project risks and costs/benefits based on real life examples. Check lists and technical hints not only aid the reader in evaluating potential projects but also in the management of real life workflow project engineering.

SAP ABAP Objects

SAP ABAP Objects

A Practical Guide to the Basics and Beyond

  • Author: Rehan Zaidi
  • Publisher: Apress
  • ISBN: 148424964X
  • Category: Computers
  • Page: 266
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Understand ABAP objects—the object-oriented extension of the SAP language ABAP—in the latest release of SAP NetWeaver 7.5, and its newest advancements. This book begins with the programming of objects in general and the basics of the ABAP language that a developer needs to know to get started. The most important topics needed to perform daily support jobs and ensure successful projects are covered. ABAP is a vast community with developers working in a variety of functional areas. You will be able to apply the concepts in this book to your area. SAP ABAP Objects is goal directed, rather than a collection of theoretical topics. It doesn't just touch on the surface of ABAP objects, but goes in depth from building the basic foundation (e.g., classes and objects created locally and globally) to the intermediary areas (e.g., ALV programming, method chaining, polymorphism, simple and nested interfaces), and then finally into the advanced topics (e.g., shared memory, persistent objects). You will know how to use best practices to make better programs via ABAP objects. What You’ll Learn Know the latest advancements in ABAP objects with the new SAP Netweaver system Understand object-oriented ABAP classes and their components Use object creation and instance-methods calls Be familiar with the functions of the global class builder Be exposed to advanced topics Incorporate best practices for making object-oriented ABAP programs Who This Book Is For ABAP developers, ABAP programming analysts, and junior ABAP developers. Included are: ABAP developers for all modules of SAP, both new learners and developers with some experience or little programming experience in general; students studying ABAP at the college/university level; senior non-ABAP programmers with considerable experience who are willing to switch to SAP/ABAP; and any functional consultants who want or have recently switched to ABAP technical.