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We are actually using Dynamics Nav 2017 and making use of the approval workflow.
Invoices received are for different departments. Is it possible for 1 user to send request for approval to different approvers of these departments?
Hi, yes, you can try to use workflow user group.
Add these user in same Sequence No.
More details: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav-app/across-how-to-set-up-workflow-users
Hope this will help.
Thanks for your mail.
However, I am not sure it will work.
See below the scenario that I am looking for a solution.
I have 2 invoices that have to be approved, one by approver A and the other one by approver B. It is the same user who will send the approval request of the 2 invoices to the different approvers.
How to setup this?
you can add condition at the time of enabled approval work flow and then you can add 2 different workflow user group. Please refer below image hope these helpful to you.
You can add more filters and based on that approval can be send to respective user.
Creating Approval Workflows by a Department Dimension or something like that requires some customization to build this rule out. What Yun sent is the correct Workflow Group setup and flow, but you are adding the complexity for Department rules. I would talk to your Partner to add a customization to assist.
We use the "Purchaser Code" to direct the approval to the correct approver. You can set this code on the Vendor card which will then provide a default for all documents for that vendor, but the person who is pushing the "Request Approval" button can change the Purchaser code when needed.
We use these 2 workflows:
Could you share again your 1st print screen. It is not clearly visible.
The image is clear for me in the above post. You can click on the image to make it larger. Here is another in case that helps...
Yes, the image is much better.
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