Overview of the Compiere Application Dictionary and its Components

The condition we set up for the document workflow to transition to Document Complete is as follows:

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Testing the workflow

We can now illustrate the workflow by creating an order and ensuring that it gets approved correctly.

  1. We log in as the GardenWorld Purchasing role, as follows:
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  3. Create a Purchase Order, and then click on the Complete button. The Order will be placed in an In Progress status, because the workflow’s next node is document approval:
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  5. We log off, and then log back in to the system with the GardenWorld User role (workflow owner):
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  7. Find the Workflow Activities menu item, and then approve the document, as follows:
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  9. The Document will be approved when the owner sets the approval status to Yes:
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Summary

We have covered certain aspects with regards to Compiere in this three-part article series—namely the Application Dictionary (AD) and Workflows, as follows:

  • We gave you an overview of the Compiere Application Dictionary components.
  • We illustrated how to add a menu item and a custom list field to a Compiere window by using the AD components.
  • We gave you an overview of the Compiere Workflow processes, and illustrated how this is set up.

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