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Microsoft Dynamics GP now has a new workflow system, loud cheers from the crowd!!
This is fantastic because now it will be easier to deploy, easier to access, and easier to customize, who doesn't want that!
The workflow design experience is now in a Microsoft Dynamics GP window, replacing the prior workflow system, and removing the dependency on SharePoint.
This system allows users to design workflows, such as approval paths, for documents in Dynamics GP.
The workflow approvals can be completed within the user interface, and there is the option to approve them external to the user interface using the link on the notification email.
In Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2, four workflow types will be available for use in the new system:
Purchase Order ApprovalPurchase Requisition ApprovalPayroll Timecard ApprovalProject Timesheet Approval**Other workflow types will be available in future releases.
Click HERE to review detailed documentation on the new GP 2013 R2 WORKFLOW!!!Click HERE to check out the video!!
In your documentation you mention that "Within any of these lists where the transaction in question is displayed, one or more transactions can be marked, and then the Workflow section of the ribbon can be used to act upon the pending action.". That section of the ribbon isn't showing up under any of the series/modules lists. Is there a setup or something that we may be missing?
Hi Tammy / Jared, Does the PO approval via Web Componentes, (Email Functionality) can be done even if I´m out of the office? or is necesary stay connected at the LAN (VPN for example), Is very usefull but my IT equipment tells me that is needed to stay conected to the LAN in order to approve the PO via the links on the email,
Reuben, all Workflow users are based on Active Directory, rather than GP users. So the email address for each user is based on the address in AD. Hierarchies are also based on the management hierarchies set up in AD.
Tammy, how does workflow 2.0 manage recipient email addresses? Does it just look at the Active Directory email address for each person added? Also, without SharePoint, how does it determine the hierarchy?
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