An SAP organizational object type describes the organizational unit that is responsible for a business object type. This organizational unit consists of objects from Organizational Management. The business object type must have an attribute that refers to an SAP organizational object type.
The following graphic shows how the SAP organizational object type is used when determining agents.
The business object type exists in the Business Object Repository.
When determining the responsible agent for a step in the context of a workflow definition, you can also use the following multi-level expression, which uses the SAP organizational object type.
On the entry screen for Responsibility, select Container and enter&Material.Labor.Agents&.
This procedure means there is no need to define or use a corresponding rule.
When this step is performed, the following error situations can arise after the expression has been evaluated:
If this error occurs, nobody receives the work item.
If this error occurs, the system addresses the work item to all possible agents.