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There is a public web service to convert Your SAP WF definition (exported in BPML from your Workflow builder) into an editable BPMN note.

Easy-to-use tool gives you the opportunity to design changes to your workflow processes, discuss them with key users or just document your workflows in a business-user understandable way.

You may want to check it out, if you ever found yourself in the need of working with an old and forgotten WF, one you did not create, or just design-in some new processes, and had problems getting one’s bearings..

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    1. Tadeas Szappanos Post author

      Hi,

      once you’ve exported the xml from SAP, you upload it to the converter,

      which converts the note into one readable by BPMN editors.

      There, you can see the graphic structure of a workflow, as well as rearrange or make further edits.

      One of the on-line BPMN editors, where you can drag-and-drop converter output:

      http://rigrr.rapilabs.com/

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  1. Tadeas Szappanos Post author

    Hi again,

    there’s also a tool to automate the ABAP code documentation (a free open-source, originally for our internal purposes),

    so would you be interested in that as well?

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            1. Gaurang Gujar

              Hi Tadeas,

              Yeah I already looked at it   but I am not sure how to use EIF file.

              I also tried googling without much result.

              I think lets take this chat offline. This chat is just populating the comment section of your very nice blog.

              Regards,

              Gaurang

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