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Possiable ways for doing archiving with out using dms concept

Hi Friends,

I want know is there any possible way for doing data archival with out using DMS concept.

kindly share your thoughts on this.

Thanks & Regards,


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  • Posted on May 20, 2013 at 03:02 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    SAP DMS is meant for storing attachments linked to SAP generated document. There is no deletion of entries from database involved.

    For Archiving , apart from storing the archived data into a repository we need to perform deletion of entries from database.

    It would be good if you can elaborate your query a bit more.

    Thanks and Regards,

    Deepak Kori

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    • Former Member Rajesh K

      Dear Rajesh,

      For attaching documents from PO. Select the PO Line item and attach document follow the screen shot.

      Prerequisite are Select the particular document type and click object link EPRO or EBAN for PO and PR in this object give 1 or 2 for "Create document" as per your requirement.

      Hope this will Help



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    Posted on May 23, 2013 at 09:41 AM

    Yes Rajesh.. You can perform the data archiving without looking into DMS. Only less archiving objects will have the attachments in thier business process.

    But it would be good if you can perform the archiving(storage) of unstructured data(Document's) into a content server first and then structured data(Data) for future reference.


    Sudheer T

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