SAP Business Process Management

Tab/window close management (Part 2 – aBPM scenario implementation)

Inside of the aBPM Framework exists a lot of features and functionalities that helps to realize a custom scenario very quickly, but sometimes the end user doesn’t want to click to much confirmation and close buttons to close a task window if the work on a task is completed. Inside of the following blog you will find a solution for the aBPM scenario side implementation to trigger an event into …

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Tab/window close management (Part 1 – Add an event listener to the aBPM link – provider side implementation)

aBPM (accelerates Business Process Management) gives you a powerful framework to generate sophisticated Fiori-like UIs, but sometimes you need to break its chains to leverage your UI with more functionality. One example is the need for JavaScript code when using the Link UI Control. aBPM gives you the possibility to set the URL in a static or a dynamic way, but sometimes you don’t want the “simple” navigation to the …

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Using JMS queue inside of an aBPM scenario

Inside of the aBPM Framework exists a lot of features and functionalities that helps to realize a custom scenario very quickly, but in some aBPM custom scenarios a JMS Queue is necessary to store trigger messages before an aBPM process instance was persist or an aBPM/BPM process was started. Inside of the following blog you will find a solution for using JMS queues inside of an aBPM Scenario. Use case: The …

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Delete useless SubstitutionRules

When using SAP Business Process Management everyone who participates in a BPM workflow should maintain substitution rules, either for sickness (unplanned) or vacation (planned) absence, to e.g. finalize approval tasks before a deadline. A workflow sitting unapproved in the inbox of a manager who is on a month-long vacation could be a problem for the organization or an employee. To address absence issues, SAP BPM provides a substitution mechanism. The manager/approver nominates a substitute …

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Changing aPBM attribute parameters dynamically

Within the aBPM excel sheet one can define the parameters for every attribute in the param column. Mainly the label and field spans as well as dialog width and height can be defined here. But also table toolbar visibilities and row counts within TextEdit fields are set in the param column. Sometimes one can face situation in which one want to change this params during runtime, e.g. if the UI …

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aBPM Step by Step – Part 4

In the first three parts of this series we had a look on the definition/design of the user interface (https://blogs.sap.com/2016/09/08/abpm-step-by-step/), the integration of aBPM with SAP BPM workflows (https://blogs.sap.com/2016/09/25/abpm-step-by-step-part-2/) and the enhancements for emails (https://blogs.sap.com/2017/05/05/abpm-step-by-step-part-3/). This time we’ll have a look at the PDF generation with aBPM and how to use it. aBPM PDF Support aBPM supports multiple purposes for PDF generation, including downloadable “screenshots” or generation of PDF as …

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aBPM search helps in action

Search helps are widely used in aBPM UIs. But often end users complain about doing too much “clicking” for selecting a specific value. We developed different solutions in our project making the use of search helps even more comfortable: Use search help fields with manual inputs Select a value and close the search help with one click We use multiple user search helps in our scenario looking like the following …

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aBPM Cockpit

In the first four parts of this series we had a look on: the definition/design of the user interface (https://blogs.sap.com/2016/09/08/abpm-step-by-step/), the integration of aBPM with SAP BPM workflows (https://blogs.sap.com/2016/09/25/abpm-step-by-step-part-2/), the enhancements for emails (https://blogs.sap.com/2017/05/05/abpm-step-by-step-part-3/) and the PDF generation with aBPM (https://blogs.sap.com/2017/12/27/abpm-step-by-step-part-4/). This time we’ll have a look at the aBPM cockpit. What is the aBPM cockpit? One common requirement of customers is that they would like to view the form …

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Using JMS queue inside of an aBPM scenario

Inside of the aBPM Framework exists a lot of features and functionalities that helps to realize a custom scenario very quickly, but in some aBPM custom scenarios a JMS Queue is necessary to store trigger messages before an aBPM process instance was persist or an aBPM/BPM process was started. Inside of the following blog you will find a solution for using JMS queues inside of an aBPM Scenario. Use case: The …

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Tab/window close management (Part 2 – aBPM scenario implementation)

Inside of the aBPM Framework exists a lot of features and functionalities that helps to realize a custom scenario very quickly, but sometimes the end user doesn’t want to click to much confirmation and close buttons to close a task window if the work on a task is completed. Inside of the following blog you will find a solution for the aBPM scenario side implementation to trigger an event into …

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