Test Yourself With These SAP Workflow Quiz #3

The following are a list of SAP WF questions to review what you know.

1) When we classify a task as a "General Task", it means _____

a. The task can be executed by anyone in the system
b. The task can only be executed by the intended agents or actual recipients
c. The task can only be executed by Workflow Administrators
d. The task can only be executed by the Excluded Agents
e. The task cannot be executed by anyone

2) What is the difference between a Workflow Task (WF) and a Workflow Template (WS)?

a. A workflow task (WF) contains different workflow template (WS) in it
b. A workflow task (WF) is a single-step workflow and a workflow template (WS) is a multi-step workflow
c. A workflow task (WF) is a multi-step workflow and a workflow template (WS) is a single-step workflow
d. There is no difference between the two

3) What does the standard workflow container "_Adhoc_Objects" signify?

a. It is used to store the current workflow runtime instance
b. It is used to store the runtime instance of the Business Object used in the workflow
c. It is a multiline container that can store runtime instances of multiple business objects used in the workflow.
d. It creates a link in the work item for each business object to call the default method in it
e. Both (c) and (d)

4) If an exception in a code triggers a short dump, what happens to the workflow?

a. The workflow skips the code line and executes the subsequent block / step / task in the workflow
b. The work item where the dump happened goes into ERROR state
c. There is no way to say what happened by just looking at the workflow log
d. The work item gets suspended and gets stuck in status IN PROCESS and the workflow hangs
e. The workflow again restarts and starts a new instance

5) How can we restore a workflow that has hung due to a short dump?

a. Execute transaction SWPR and enter the work item ID of the workflow
b. Execute transaction SWPC and enter the work item ID of the workflow
c. The hung instance cannot be restored since it is not possible
d. Re-trigger the workflow again to create a new instance

6) When we restarts a workflow instance using SWPR, what happens?

a. It restarts the complete workflow instance from the very first step
b. It performs agent determination again for the step that is in ERROR status
c. It attempts to restart just the step that was in ERROR status
e. Both (b) and (c)
e. It re-triggers the workflow and creates a complete new balance

7) Which among the below options is NOT a valid AGENT type?

a. Actual Agents
b. Possible Agents
c. Primary Agents
d. Excluded Agents

8) What is the Check Function Module in Workflow terminology?

a. This is a special function module used to check a workflow consistency
b. This is a special function module used to prevent a linkage being triggered when an event occurs
c. This function module is used to raise an event to call a workflow
d. This function module checks if the event exists in the BOR (Business Object Repository) for the Business Object used in the workflow.

9) How many different types of event delivery are possible in the system?

a. Five
b. One
c. Three
d. Two

10) It is possible to hide work item or tasks in Business Workplace (SBWP) in R/3 but it is not possible to UWL (Universal Work ist) in Portal.

a. True
b. False


Correct Answers

1) a

2) b

3) e

4) d

5) b

6) c

7) c

8) b

9) d

Two Types: Using EVENT QUEUE and using tRFC (Transactional RFC) call

10) b

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