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package missing in KM installation

I have installed EP6.0 on WAS6.4 and installed KM on it. I have also applied SP12 patch for both EP AND KM. The problem is when i visit content management in portal it does not shoe any images (like folder etc.). I tried to investigate the problem and found that the package <b>com.sap.km.cm.docs</b> from which it is fatching these images is missing. I reinstall the KM it did not solved the problem. Can anybody tell me from where i can get this package's .sdm file? or any other way to correct the problem.

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2005 at 09:51 AM

    hi

    i think you have to reconfigure config_local.properties file which will also carry instruction too just check this out it may help you.

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    subrato kundu

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  • Posted on Oct 11, 2005 at 04:10 PM

    Check the 'Root Directory' setting of the 'etc' repository; it must point to the 'etc' directory under 'global/config/cm'; for example, if your installation is under /usr/sap/FUN and the /sapmnt/FUN is the shared filesystem then the 'Root Directory' should be set to '/sapmnt/FUN/global/config/cm/etc'.

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