Unfortunately, the error message in the calling application is rarely meaningful and is usually rather confusing than helpful. If possible and desired, the search results can be filtered. Use the fields provided for this purpose. Especially the restriction over a period of time and the by users is helpful for troubleshooting. Once all settings have been made, execute the transaction. The system displays a list of errors for the filter criteria entered.
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During my researches, I found that there is several components that could be used for more or less the same purpose but I have a hard time to see the overall picture. However, all my readings are more align toward the description above…. Both seems to be there as an abstraction layer between the SAP and the physical storage of the documents. I understand that DMS is used to manage all the attributes, relationships, version etc Finally, we're looking to use a third party Document management system to store most of the content.
Any of the solution above more adapted to third party integration? May be from the Kpro perspective it is an application rather than an infrastruce that uses content Management service. As said may be it is from Kpro prespective it is presented as application, may be it better way would be represented as one of Document management infrasture in parallel with KPRO using the CMS of Kpro.
Even the packages in SAP shows the same. What differs is whether is database or content server based content management system. It depends on your requirement but if you are looking for a document and data storage to integrate more with business process of SAP for content server based CMS, which many prefer otherwise you can evaluate others.
Not what you're looking for? Search community questions. This question has been deleted. This question has been undeleted. Former Member. Posted on Nov 24, at PM 1. My understanding of the main components for Document management are the following: Archivelink : Use to manage documents that are static in nature i.
Use to manage complete Document lifecycle from creation, approval and release. Manage different version of the same document. Allows a many-to-many assignment between business objects and documents.
Can be crawled by search engine such as TREX. Open text. I hope someone could shed some light on this topic for me. Add comment. Related questions. Sort by: Votes Newest Oldest. Best Answer. This answer has been deleted.
This answer has been undeleted. Kolusu Suresh Kumar. Posted on Nov 25, at AM. Hope I have not confused you :. Please post if I did, I will try to clarify. Thanks, Kolusu. Alert Moderator. You already have an active moderator alert for this content.
Kolusu Suresh Kumar Former Member. Nov 25, at PM. Hello Samuel, You are accurate! Show all.
KPRO Log – Find Errors at checkout of documents
Document Management with KPro. The information and knowledge contained in documents can have a lasting effect on the efficiency and productivity within enterprises. As a general and comprehensive infrastructure, the SAP Knowledge Provider KPro provides cross-application and media-neutral document management techniques. The SAP Knowledge Provider distinguished between the following information entities in relation to documents:.
Document Management in SAP - KPRO, Archivelink and Content Server.
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