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SAP® Business Workflow
SWITCH in multiple condition
By Suresh Kumar Parvathaneni
SAP® has introduced new features in Business Workflow in the releases 6.20,
NW04 and NW04s.
This Tutorial introduces you to a new feature SWITCH provided in the step
“Multiple Condition” of SAP® Workflow. It is assumed that the reader of this
Tutorial has already some knowledge in Business Workflow and has worked on
“Multiple Condition” step earlier.
In SWITCH, each branch of it carries a condition definition. We can visualize
“Multiple Condition” with SWITCH as a group of “Condition” steps.
Small scenario using “Multiple Condition” with SWITCH is shown below:
Create a new workflow definition with a container element “CARRID” (Well
known example for training purposes).
Set the “Properties” as import.
Double click on the undefined step to create a step “Multiple Condition”.
Following screen appears:
Select the “Switch” option in the Type field.
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