Build a simple test workflow

To perform a simple test of the Snow License Manager Compliance lookup, it may be useful to create or modify a workflow to always trigger an approval. This is not meant to be a complete guide on how to create workflows, but just a bare minimum required to generate a basic approval request. The workflow created as a result of this instruction is meant for basic testing of the communication between Snow for ServiceNow and Snow License Manager web API only.

  1. Select WorkflowEditor from the main navigation

    A new tab with the workflow editor appears.

  2. In the list of Workflows, select an existing workflow, for example Service Catalog Request.

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  3. Select the navigation icon, and then select Checkout.

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  4. Adjust the workflow.

    Delete entire steps or just the connecting lines:

    • To delete a step, select Icon_X.png in the step.

    • To delete a line, select the line and then press Delete on your keyboard.

Example – Workflow Editor

In this example the following will be done:

  • Remove the IF condition for the price

  • Remove Automatic Approval

  • Replace Approval – Group with Approval – User.

  1. To remove the steps, select Icon_X.png in the steps for Price, Automatic Approval, and Catalog Request Approvers.

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  2. Select the Core tab.

  3. Expand Core Activities, and the expand Approvals.

  4. Drag Approval – User to the canvas.

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  5. In the New Activity: Approval – User dialog box:

    1. Type a Name of the approval step.

    2. To add yourself as an approver, select Add Me.

    3. Select Submit.

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  6. To connect the new approval step with the preceding step, select the orange box in the preceding step and draw a line to the new approval step.

    A connection is created.

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  7. Also, connect the Approval – User step, Approved and the Approval – User step, Rejected to respective Approval Action (Approved or Rejected).

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  8. To save and publish the workflow, select the navigation icon and then select Publish.

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  9. Verify that the status of the workflow is set to Published.

  10. To exit the Workflow Editor, close the browser tab.

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