Example of how to configure a workflow in Dynamics AX 2009

7 07 2010

Following on after last weeks post regarding the available documentation for Dynamics AX workflow. I had a chance to read through the chapter (chapter 4) on Purchase Requisitions in the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Trade and Logistics II manual. This chapter provides very nice walk-though of the various components involved in configuring workflows in Dynamics AX 2009 including using Heirarchy assignment with approval limits, conditional approvals, automatic actions (automatic approvals based on value), escalations, notifications, due dates, security setups for workflow actions, workflow tasks, approval steps etc… If you are configuring any type of workflow template this is a good read to get started.

If however you are a developer like myself, using this tutorial is really helpful to get you started if you want to try and reverse engineer a workflow template to discover how to implement heirarchy providers, limits checking, calculated fields, security etc…

Happy Daxing

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8 07 2010
Aman

Nice article. Very helpful.

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I do not know if it’s just me or if perhaps everyone else encountering problems with your blog. It seems like some of the written text within your content are running off the screen. Can somebody else please comment and let me know if this is happening to them as well? This may be a issue with my browser because I’ve had this happen before.
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17 05 2013
Harley

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