What happens after an approval / rejection?

What happens after an approval / rejection?

Once a document has been approved in ApprovalMax, it is automatically authorised in Xero.

If one of the Approvers rejects a request, initially created in Xero and submitted for approval, the document is moved to the Draft list in Xero (except for Purchase Orders, which are left in the list Submitted for approval).

If one of the Approvers rejects a request, initially created directly in ApprovalMax, the document remains in ApprovalMax as Rejected, can be edited by Requester and resubmitted for approval.
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