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MSQ541 - Work Request Business Process

MSQ541 - Work Request Business Process

MSQ541 - Work Request Business Process

We are starting to review the implementation of work requests.  I'm would be interested in seeing examples of any Business Process Templates (MSQ04A) that you might be using with WRQ. If you have any can you share some screen prints with me?  I'm interested in seeing how they are being used.

Actually, examples of any business process templates would be highly appreciated.



RE: MSQ541 - Work Request Business Process


Greg Madsen here...

Did you ever get an answer about using Work Requests?

RE: MSQ541 - Work Request Business Process

Hi Greg!

I have some information on Workflow now.  I was hoping to be able to customize it for other entities, not just WO's, WR's and Leave.


RE: MSQ541 - Work Request Business Process

It's been awhile since I last did that.... We had to have a programmer manually edit the subroutine for Projects and Incidents.

RE: MSQ541 - Work Request Business Process

Don't know if you've 'been there, done that,' but '...to customize it for other entities...', I imagine you have to create your own 'BPET' table code for starters.

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