I have two questions:
1. What does the release statuses in Workflow mean?
2. When I transport a Workflow template and task from Development to QA, why doesn't the agent transfer too?
1. The release statuses of a Workflow are as follows:
You cannot call modeled Workflows at runtime.
Implemented Workflows are either in the test phase or are only used internally. You can call and test them at runtime. Implementation may not yet be stable.
Released Workflow are released for use. You can call them at runtime. Any enhancements made by SAP to released Workflows are upward-compatible.
Obsolete Workflows show that the functions are being discontinued and replaced with other functions that are incompatible. Workflows being discontinued and designated by SAP as obsolete are still supported in the change release and the next release. The old functions and the new functions are available in parallel for this period.
2. Agent assignment is customizing and will not be transported with your workflow unless you maintain field CCCORACTIV in table T000.
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