Wednesday, August 23, 2006
Clarification is needed for the section on translation in section 7.5.8 (page 216) referring to transaction SE63.
The simple parts of the workflow such as the step names are translated using the menu function extras->translation.
The descriptions and work item texts are translated using transaction se63
The transport entries required are:
- R3TR PDWS for workflows
- R3TR PDTS for tasks.
To translate the relevant task, enter its number (without WS or TS).
posted by Alan Mikh 6:33 PM
Wednesday, June 21, 2006
Just to let you know that Jocelyn has started a series on using ABAP OO objects in workflow (and the advantages thereof). At the time we wrote the book this was not possible. But now....
Hope you find this useful,
posted by Alan Mikh 8:54 PM
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
On page 197 in the English version and page 234 of the German version we incorrectly state that the binding goes from the task to the workflow and back again in the description of activity steps (table 7.1) .
It should read:
Execution of a task or subworkflow. At runtime, data is passed from the workflow container to the task or subworkflow on creation
of the matching work item, and vice versa on work item completion.
Thank you Prof.Rainer Weber and Tobias Krügel for pointing this out.
posted by Alan Mikh 2:22 PM
Thursday, January 20, 2005
MIT has changed the workflow forum from a listserver to listman. This means that the registration process changed after the book was published.
Here is how you register to the forum now:
Please visit the URL below and follow instructions for subscribing to the list
You may also unsubscribe, and set various subscriber options from this page. This is also the page that will host the archive some time in the near future.
posted by Alan Mikh 1:38 AM
Wednesday, February 26, 2003
Due to popular request, we've produced an index of transactions and reports referred to in the book.
Right-click on the link to download the pdf file.
posted by Alan Mikh 7:42 AM
Tuesday, February 18, 2003
Not really a true addendum, more in the way of a qualifying description of what appears on the book's jacket.
posted by Alan Mikh 8:15 PM
Wednesday, November 06, 2002
Not an addendum but an update vis-a-vis Release 6.20.
This release offers many new features including BPML and customer exits in the work item handling.
If you build your own ABAP OO objects you should not use the include <cntn01>. Instead you should include the macro
in your class's local-type definition and use the macro <cntn03> in your class's local-type implementation.
posted by Alan Mikh 5:24 PM