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FB60/MIRO table name to attach Original invoice stored

In SAP standard system we can attach invoice while posting invoices (FB60/MIRO).

Where these invoice images are actually stored in SAP? Which table?

What all options we have to store invoice related documents in SAP standard?

What is the permissible size of documents (ex how many KB or GB) for each posting transaction?

I am an XI consultant and I am trying to integrate FI with XI. I have to find out these details before I proceed

Regards

Harish

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    Posted on Nov 27, 2013 at 12:07 PM

    Hi Harish,

    Storage depends on how your client has configured the storage server. In a typical real time environment, we use separate content servers like IXOS, atonomy etc. These are remote database servers just used for storing images/documents from SAP and these doesn't have any front end server. Image/document link is stored to respective invoice via key fields. When we retrieve the image/document from SAP document, RFC call is made to this server and content is displayed.

    If it is stored in SAP, we use Generic object services concept (GOS). Just search in SCN with GOS.

    There are lot of documents related tot his.

    In both cases, i don't think there is any size limitation. But usually documents are stored in PDF format and size would be in KB.

    Hope this information helps😊

    Thanks,

    V V

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    Posted on Nov 27, 2013 at 11:12 AM

    Hi,

    Refer this, it may help you

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/1941499

    Reg,

    bhg

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