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After a number of implemented SAP Workflow projects, I build my own list of common SAP Workflow transactions (aka «tcodes»). Now it’s a time to share the assets, feel free to print and use.

Workflow Troubleshooting

SWU_OBUF manual buffer refresh SWPC continue WF after a system crash
SWI6 show all WF instances, work item IDs by BOR/CL name & Object Key (optional) SM12 lock, unlock the object
SWIA work item administration (WI) SWI2_DIAG error diagnosis
SWWL delete work item SWI2_DEAD deadline monitor
SWWL_TOPLEVEL delete a parent workflow with all of its child work items SWI2_DURA process duration
SWUD WF diagnosis SWI2_ADM1 find orphaned work item
SWELS event trace SWI5 work item per work center, job, organizational unit, position, user
SWEL display event trace SARA archiving

 

Workflow Development

SWDD WF builder SWNADMIN notification management
PFTC template, task management (WS, TS) SM37 view scheduled and processed jobs
PFTC_DIS assigning possible agent SBWP WF inbox
PFAC rule creation, editing, testing SWU0 simulate the event linkage
SWO1 business object builder (BOR) SWEQADM event queue, preventing RFC-problem
SWUS test, execute WF SWB_COND all start conditions
SWEINST all terminating events linkage SWU9 WF trace for the session
SWUI_VERIFY WF verification SWEQBROWSER event waiting in the event queue
SOST SAPconnect transmission request SWPA customizing WF runtime system
SWNCONFIG notification configuration PPOM organization & staffing
SWI1 selection report for work item PPOME organizational management, structure & staff assignment, user mapping
SM52 view tRFC SWI2_FREQ opened task statistic

 

ABAP Development

SE24 classes SE11 data types, domains, tables
SE37 function modules, functions SE09 list of change requests per SAP user
SE38 programs SE03 change requests management
ST22 runtime error logs, dumps STMS change requests transferring

 
P.S. Yet another list of Useful Transactions in SAP Workflow.

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