SAP BTP Workflow Management: a summary
You may have heard about SAP Workflow Management (from now on just: WF) and you may wonder where to get in-depth hands-on enablement material about it. Here’s a short list.
Introduction, concepts and architecture
If you want to learn about the motivation for WF; its place in the Business Technical Platform (BTP) architecture; the relationship between WF and SAP Extension Suite; the main WF concepts: tasks, WF monitor, WF instances, inbox; how to access the WF services within SAP Business Technology Platform; how to author, manage, deploy your WF within SAP Business Technology Platform then read this.
It comes with a nice pizza-delivery sample, integrated with Qualtrics, SAP CAL, S4/HANA and SAP Business By Design.
If you want to learn how to interact with a WF in a programmatic way, here you can find a nice description of the WF APIs. You may also want to check here to understand how to attach a workflow to a business event.
Integration of WF with external apps.
If you want to learn how to integrate your workflows with external cloud application, here you can find a very nice tutorial on how to integrate with Microsoft Teams.
Low-code / no-code
if you want to learn how WF supports a low-code / no-code paradigm, suitable for citizen developers, then check here for an overview of decision tables and business rules, while here you can find a nice example touching Qualtrics.
WF and iRPA