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How the administrator knows who has deleted the document in km?

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If the user deletes document then how the admin will know who has deleted that document in km.

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2013 at 12:29 PM

    Hi,

    by implementing a KM repository service.

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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2013 at 11:16 AM

    Hi Tejaswini,

    You can configure a KM Activity report to find out information about deleted files as per the following help page:

    SAP Library - Knowledge Management

    Also you can configure the Audit log service for the same purpose:

    SAP Library - Knowledge Management

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      Hi Tanushsingh,

      both mechanismes are not really notification mechansims, are they? Reporting can only be scheduled, from my own experiences (I wrote couple of them), reports can be scheduled and you can always take a look to the appropriate results xml. But lets assume somebody deletes 1000 documents from KM, in this case content admin will realize this first while reading the report results, he cant react to such stuff more or less in "real time".

      Also, for the audit log you need access to the file system of EP, which you want get as a content admin in most companies I know. It also doesnt offer any notifications?

      The requirement from Tejaswini is not really complete described, maybe a report would be enough? Thank you,

      regards

      its

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