Workflow Definition Extras 

Features

The following functions are located in the Extras menu in the Workflow Builder:

The system calls the work item selection. The current multistep task is preset. Define the search period.

The technical information contains the table entries with the definition and runtime structures on which the workflow definition is based.

If you contact SAP about any errors that may have occurred, you should have this information to hand.

Subworkflows used in the workflow definition are inserted directly into the workflow definition. If there are naming conflicts between the container elements of the existing workflow container and the container elements to be inserted, the system informs you and gives you the opportunity to rename these container elements.

Here you can translate all language-dependent texts that appear in the workflow definition. This applies to:

You can use this to change the workflow type to ad hoc. For further information, refer to Ad Hoc Workflow.

These enable you to correct the container structure or block structure if the system points out problems.

This enables you to display of the configuration of the workflow definition that is currently loaded. For further information, refer to Workflow Configuration.

Effects of setting options

The tab page General is used to specify whether the tips and tricks are to be displayed when the Workflow Builder is started.

The tab page Graphic is used to determine which view is used for the display:

All steps, triggering events and the start and end of the workflow are displayed with symbols. Outcomes are displayed in text on the connecting lines.

All triggering events, outcomes, steps and operators are displayed. Steps are displayed as green rectangles, triggering events and outcomes as red hexagons and operators as circles. The node number and the node type are displayed with the step name in the graphical symbols. The step type area is not displayed.

All triggering events, outcomes, steps and operators are displayed. Steps are displayed as green rectangles, triggering events and outcomes as red hexagons and operators as circles. The step name is displayed in the graphical symbols.