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In Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018, we now have a Workflow Transaction History Detail report available to use.
To open the Workflow Report Options window: On the Reports menu, point to Company, click Workflow History. This will open this Workflow Report Options window, where we have the option to sort by Workflow Type, Workflow User, Completion Date or Due Date, then we can add restrictions as needed.
We can also include workflow comments on the report as an option.
The Workflow Transaction History Detail report looks like this example:
While we can still create custom reports pulling Workflow information, this default report gives us a good beginning report that has a majority of the information customers are looking for in regard to Workflow transactions.
While the Workflow Transaction History Detail report itself pulls data from existing workflow tables, a new table Workflow History Report Options (WF70500) was created to store your saved options in the Workflow Report Options window.
If you haven't already done so, please look at the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 New Feature Blog Series Schedule page with links to over 30 different new feature blogs!!!
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