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E1: ORCH: WRKFLW: Enhancement Requests for the New Workflow Studio (Release 22) (Doc ID 2860214.1)

Last updated on MAY 05, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Tools Release 9.2.6 and higher


Symptoms

The following are some enhancements requested in the new Workflow Studio (accessed from Orchestrator Studio) that is introduced in Tools Release 9.2.6.0.

  1. Allow Literal Values when setting up Recipients in Action Message task

    When creating an Action Message task (Send Messaged Extended), after selecting a To Recipient (e.g. Address Book or Grouped Distribution List or Hierarchical Distribution List, etc), system does not allow users to enter Literal Values for the Address Book Number field and/or Structure Type field. The user has to select a Data Structure member. This is inconvenient as extra effort have to be made to change the Workflow Data Structure to include the Address Number or Structure Type members if they are not available in the Workflow Data Structure.

    Action Message






    The Obsolete Send Message task (Send Message) allows Literal Values to be entered and also allows user to pick a Structure Type from UDC 01|TS.

    Obsolete Send Message



    The new Action Message task (Send Message Extended) does not allow Literal Values to be entered. This requires more time to redesign the workflow.


  2. Display the Code for Structure Type

    The Structure Type field in the Obsolete Send Message task, does not show the code of the Structure Type (e.g. WFS, ORG, EML, etc.). This enhancement is requested to allow user to see both the code and its description (e.g. EML - E-Mail Distribution) for the Structure Type field.



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