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How can I determine if an error is a corrupt workflow definition?

SAP workflow error caused by a corrupt workflow definition? Learn Alon Raskin's expert advice for a reader who is encountering this exact situation.

I am getting this error message in my workflow:

"No successor defined for node XXXXX and Result 0000"

The user has just made a decision using the standard decision task and the result in the container is "0001." What does the error message mean?

The message doesn't sound good. Possibly, it's a corrupt workflow definition. Try clearing the buffer and see if that helps the problem. Otherwise check for an existing note in OSS, or log an OSS message with SAP.
This was last published in January 2006

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