Workflow meets SAP Fiori – SAP Live Class Training
First of all I take my hat off to all the Workflow and Technology Gurus and Supporters of BIT602 Course and the topics around especially Alan Rickayzen, Tobias Gude, Michael Janning, Michael Kurtz, Frank Heepmann, Stefan Fell, Alejandro Sanchez Luna & Team, Robert Neuner & Lars Benecke, Philipp Stechel, Bernhard Knuth, Abinash Routray & Team, Cristof Weissenberger, Venugopal Chembrakalathil & Stephan Schluchter, Masayuki Sekihara, Jürgen Schrader and the Education and Knowledge Services organization for their support, help and inputs. Big thanks to all of you for making that course possible. More than ever I see that only together we make it happen.
According to these strange times we didn´t find us in Hamburg near the beautiful Outer Alster Lake sitting in the most beautiful SAP office in the most beautiful city of the world 😉 having that really great canteen for lunch, fresh coffee and a table soccer for the breaks – rather all spread over Germany for the first BIT602 SAP Live Class Training in our home offices. So me in my living room.
Strange and new but a really good experience. Recognizing the ability to teach virtual and to have all the professionalism and workflow knowledge of the participants within that session – which was a big part of it. And grateful to have the opportunity to work together on the materials and systems.
We looked on all the 3 engines providing tasks for the task gateway service and the ways to connect to them.
We set up My Inbox, defined gateway scenarios, catalogues and roles, tested the task processing service, as well implemented BAdIs and custom attributes for our tasks.
We build our first scenario for flexible workflows in the Scenario Builder and considered actual limitations on custom scenarios. Managed the workflows, Push Notifications and we build our first team with the Teams and Responsibility Management.
We “modelled” our first workflow application in the SAP WEB IDE Full Stack for the SAP Cloud Platform Workflow Service, as well discussed the directions SAPs workflow engines are heading to and which migration options are available on the road to and in S/4HANA.
Quite a wide scope for the two days – what was also part of the feedback. It was a great first live class teach of BIT602. I really enjoyed it. Thanks a lot to the participants!
And finally, some thoughts and all support to them, who are not able to work online or working – some even fighting – for all in system critical positions.