A couple of days ago I’ve posted a blog about restarting Process Chains at a failed step in a chain, which is a time consuming and little bit complex activity. As of BW 7.3, restarting failed steps in a Process Chain is taken to the next level. It has become more intuitive and much easier to execute.
When a step has failed, as to be seen in the picture below, right mouse click on the failed step and select the Skip option
In the popup window which appears, select Yes which implies that you do not want to repeat or repair the failed step
After having pressed Yes, the process chain will continue, as to be seen in the picture below, and the failed step has been bypassed/skipped