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Step by Step Guide to create a simple BPM process


Applies to:

SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.2

Summary

This document provides step by step guidance on how to implement a process sample with the SAP NetWeaver Business Process Management in SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment 7.2. In our case the end-to-end process implementation sample is called “myleaveapproval”.

Author(s): Sambaran Chakraborty

Company: Capgemini

Created on: 4 August 2014

Business Scenario

In this tutorial we will realize the simple scenario of leave approval. Leave request will be raised from a custom application by user from portal which will then handled by BPM process for approval. Approver will approve the request from UWL.

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    1. Radha Gangwani

      hello,

      i have created simple UI with 1 input field only but still in web service interface i am getting all the fields that are listed in this example (i have not used fields like fromdate, todate etc)

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  1. Vikram Saxena

    Hi , Can someone explain how to do the Webdynpro UI part in more details . I cannot find any tutorials for this . I am new to webdynpro and don’t know how to do context binding etc

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