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Need details about "Segregation of Duties" in workflow step

Hello All,


Can some one please let us know what is use of "Segregation of Duties" in workflow steps.



Nagesh S

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Re: Need details about "Segregation of Duties" in workflow step

In some cases it may be important to ensure that multiple process approvals are made by distinct users. You can use the Segregation of Duties tab to configure additional restrictions on who can approve a given step, based on who has already approved previous steps.


To define a segregation source for the current workflow step, do one of the following:

- To segregate this step from another workflow step, leave the Workflow Step option selected, and then select the other step from the list.


-􀁺 To prevent the user who created the request from acting on this step, select the Workflow Instance Creation option.


All users who can act on a segregated step are prevented from acting on the current workflow step.



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