Step by Step – Triggering of Events for Workflow upon Exception raise from LIS
Triggering of Events for Workflow upon Exception raise from LIS
Event can be trigger from LIS Exception also. The step by step procedure is described below.
Scenario: Triggering of events upon Gross orders Value greater than ZERO and when Sales organisation is 1000.
First go to transaction MCY1
Then click on Characteristics -> Choose Characteristics and select ‘Sales Organisation’ to selection criteria. Look at the following Screen .
Then click on Character value following screen will appear.
Then click on Requirement-> Choose Key figure. Select Gross Order to selection criteria. Look at the following screen.
Then click on Define Key Figure
See Gross Value > 0.
Then click on Follow up Processing. Then check Active for Periodic Analysis and As ind records.
Then Save and exit from MCY1.
To see the event is triggered you have to switch on the event trace using SWELS.
Then close that window.
To raise exception you have to set the Exception ZANJ1 to background job . For this use Transaction MCYB. w
Then go to menu click Periodic Analysis-> Create
Then select Event Driven. Then click on Create. A variant window will open . Give name z2. Then create.
Select for Individual Selection screen.
Then click on Attributes.
Back to main screen . Select Periodic Analysis -> Schedule.
Then Click on Schedule.
Then click on Immediate . Select Periodic Job. Click on Periodic Values. Select Other Values. Set 1 minutes.
Then Save it and back to the main screen.
Then click on Overview. You can see your job is schedule.
And then exit from MCYB.
Then go to AWUW. Click Change. Click on New Entries.
Then Give LIS Exception Name, Your Business Object and Event name. And set Event Linkage Active.
Then go to transaction VA01.
Give Sales Organisation = 1000.
Then fill the required entry. And Order Quantity value must be grater than Zero . And save the Sales order. A sales order will be created. w
Then go to SWEL. Click on Execute.
You will see your event trigger automatically.