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πŸ”΄ Devtoberfest - SAP Process Automation Challenge - Tough

In the third week of Devtoberfest, the low-code, no-code track is focused on SAP Process Automation. Here's a little tougher quiz so you earn extra points toward the Devtoberfest grand prize.
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  • A lot of technology during Devtoberfest
thecodesterDaniel WroblewskiOctober 9, 2022
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October 3, 2022

This tutorial is part of the Devtoberfest 2022, a celebration of and for Developers. For more information, see the Devtoberfest Group.

  • Step 1

    When you define an approval form, you can set some read-only fields. When adding the approval form to a process, you must specify what values to use for those fields. Enter the name of the tab on the right-side properties panel where you define these values.

  • Step 2

    When creating a form, which of the following are inputs that you can add?

  • Step 3

    What is the name of the destination that defines the mail server to be used by SAP Process Automation?

  • Step 4

    When adding an automation to your project, which dependencies are added automatically?

  • Step 5

    If I create an automation with the following:

    • A data type called Sales Order with the following fields:
      • orderNumber
      • orderAmount
      • orderDate
      • orderStatus
    • Input parameter for the automation called OrderNumber.
    • Step 2 reads an Excel sheet and stores the records as type Sales Order in a variable called orders.

    Now, I have a For Each loop in Step 5 that iterates over the orders variable from Step 2, and then I build a condition inside the loop to check if the current item in the list has an order number that matches the automations input parameter (OrderNumber).


    Each item in the loop is stored in currentMember (which would be of type Sales Order) and the index is stored in index.

    Write a formula to test whether the current item’s order number matches the input parameter.

    For help, see the tutorial Create an Automation to Extract Data.

    Enter the formula.

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