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Modify the run-time value of workflow containers
Now go back to the workflow log and
refresh to see if the e-mail ID shows up there.
REFRESH: Address Strings is empty
REFRESH: Address Strings has the e-mail ID now
(shows as “1 entry” and appears on the overview below)
The workflow is still in error. So we
run SWPR again
We press the REFRESH to see if the
restart was a success
The item has gone away, indicates a
success. We will verify from the workflow log
Note that the workflow has executed
the step without errors. Note also that container value change operation is also
captured in the logs.
Showing the graphical log to verify
The active-x log is also show
T-Code, to see if the e-mail is out
Thus with this process, we were successfully able to modify and manipulate a
workflow container value from the runtime instance and also successfully restart
the workflow instance exactly from the point where it went into error.
Disclaimer: Use this function module with caution. Be very careful while changing the container values. Only workflow administrators should do it. Please remember, you activity is logged in the workflow logs, hence perform the activity only when the workflow is stuck in error and there is no option to restart from the very beginning.
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