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SAP® Business Workflow
Exception Handling in SAP® Business Workflow
By Suresh Kumar Parvathaneni
From the release of SAP® NW04 version, SAP® has introduced many new features
among which exception handling is one.
This document details about the usage of Blocks and the approach to trigger and handle the exceptions.
Pre-requisitesIt is assumed that the reader of this article has some knowledge in SAP® workflow and has worked with the steps Mail, Process control earlier.
Overview of Blocks
Following are the screenshots representing how a “Block” appears in the
workflow definition and in the workflow log:
Fig: Appearance of “Block” in the Workflow definition.
Fig: Appearance of “Block” in the Workflow log
A “Block” is completed only if the dependent work items are complete or
in the final state. If a “Block” is cancelled, all its dependent work items
Each “Block” can have its own container elements. All the parent container elements are visible within the “Block”.
Defining a Block
All the dependent steps could be defined with in the Block start and Block
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