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In your system setup you're likely to have used Starting conditions for your workflows. Especially where standard SAP workflows are implemented, the starting conditions are the way to control whether a workflow should really be started. Starting conditions should be put on a transport seperately, which could easily have been forgotten... 

  • Measurements: Check the availability of the starting conditions you expect to be active
  • Tools: SWB_COND Start conditions; SWB_PROCUREMENT Start conditions
  • Impact: Too much workflow activity. Workflows that you expect NOT to be triggered may be triggered anyway