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SAP BTP Workflow Management: a summary

A short summary of blog posts about SAP Workflow Management from Edward Neveux, Ralph OliveiraThiago de Castro MendesMaria Trinidad MARTINEZ GEAYatsea Li

 

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.

 

WF APIs

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

Finally, if you want to understand the connection between WF and iRPA and the way of making the two interact, here and here you can find an overview, together with some samples.

 

 

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