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This is one option:
1. Define a date attribute at item type level
2. In Workflow Builder open the notification and select the Node tab. The in the Timeout panel select Item Attribute from the Type list and select the attribute from step 1
3. When the workflow process gets started (or in the activity you choose) add a call to WF_ENGINE.SetItemAttrDate to set the value of the attribute of step1. Something like
select trunc(sysdate, 'MM')+28 into l_28th;
WF_ENGINE.SetItemAttrDate(<item type>, <item key>, <attr name>, l_28th);
Does anyone know the path to change the timeout for approval notification for iExpense?
Using the WF builder, you may need to change the timeout values from the "APPROVAL_REQUEST" notification under the "Request Approval Process"