Understand the Difference Between Active and Passive Workflow Substitution

  • by Jocelyn Dart, Senior Solution Consultant, SAP Consulting
  • March 1, 2004
Most people understand the concept of workflow substitution and know that you can set up workflow substitution rules in any SAP system release that supports workflow. However, the option of "active" versus "passive" substitution is often underappreciated. Using the example of an urgent invoice, the author explains the difference.

Jocelyn Dart

Jocelyn Dart is a senior solution consultant at SAP Consulting working in Australia/New Zealand. She currently specializes in workflow and Supplier Relationship Management (SRM). As well as speaking at various SAPPHIREs and at ASUG, Jocelyn is a co-author of the book, Practical Workflow for SAP.

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