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Notification Timeout when Requested for Information

sashwin
sashwin Member Posts: 18
edited Mar 7, 2013 1:06PM in Workflow
Hi,

We have implemented a approval notification for our customer which on a high level is as follows

requester -> Approver 1-> Approver 2

Once a request is submitted, the 'approval' notification goes to Approver 1 followed by Approver 2. The request is approved when both approves approve the request. If no action is taken by the approvers, the original notifications are cancelled and escalation notification is sent to supervisor of approver 2.

We have a timeout of 48 hours set for the initial approval notifications sent to the approvers (1 & 2). In case Approver 2 requests for more information using the 'Request information' button, the TIMEOUT clock does not seem to reset and the notification is cancelled after 48 hrs even if the notification is in the queue of the requester.

This is causing the escalation notification to be supervisor of approver 2.

The question here is why does the timeout clock not reset when the notification goes back to the requester for additional information. Is this how the standard oracle workflow notification behaves ? Is there a way to customize and achieve this ?

Warm Regards,
Ashwin

Best Answer

  • 826246
    826246 Member Posts: 4 Blue Ribbon
    Answer ✓
    There is an enhancement request for this bug (Enhancement Request Bug 14492570
    Bug 14492570 : ER: TIMEOUT OCCURS EVEN THOUGH YOU SEND A REQUEST FOR MORE INFORMATION To Bottom )

    Also see Note [ID 1483552.1] regarding this issue

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  • 826246
    826246 Member Posts: 4 Blue Ribbon
    Answer ✓
    There is an enhancement request for this bug (Enhancement Request Bug 14492570
    Bug 14492570 : ER: TIMEOUT OCCURS EVEN THOUGH YOU SEND A REQUEST FOR MORE INFORMATION To Bottom )

    Also see Note [ID 1483552.1] regarding this issue
  • User_Z9MP0
    User_Z9MP0 Member Posts: 239 Employee
    Good finding, Muneer.

    You can file a Service Request with Oracle Support and this will increase the number of customers waiting for this feature on this Enhancement Request. As the bug gets more popular it will be moved up the priority list for development to do it.

    Regards,

    Alejandro.
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