Business object BUS2009 and event ReleaseStepCreated

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Hi, Does anybody know, how I get the event ReleaseStepCreated, at business object BUS2009, raised in connection to changes in the amount at the purchase requisition item ? I have created a release procedure with classifications. This procedure contains a release group with NO overall release, and a release indicator with changability code 4, and a tolerance for value changes at 5%. I expect therefore the release procedure re-started when I change the amount of an item, more than 5%, and the event ReleasedStepCreated raised, but it doesn't happen. I want my previous started workflow to end, and a new workflow to start up, when the amount is raised more than 5%. Thanks in advance Hanne

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If you want to terminate the workflow whenever the amount has been changed or purchase requisiton is changed you have to include the event SIGNIFICANTLYCHANGED in terminating events.

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    Hi, If you want to terminate the workflow whenever the amount has been changed or purchase requisiton is changed you have to include the event SIGNIFICANTLYCHANGED in terminating events.
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    Hi, If you want to terminate the workflow whenever the amount has been changed or purchase requisiton is changed you have to include the event SIGNIFICANTLYCHANGED in terminating events. Shweta
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