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Reg File System Repository


I want to display the documents present on my local machine in SAP KM.

I am trying to achieve this using a File Repository Manager, but facing some problems.

Here is what I have done -

1. Created a directory on my local machine and shared it giving the folder full access.

2. Created a File Repository manager pointing to my windows machine and also the folder.

3. In, the third step is to create a System and then do a user mapping. I was not able to do this step, please let me know while creating a system, what is the System Template that I choose select ?

4. User Mapping - This will be done only after I create a System.

Pls let me know if I am going in the right direction or if I have missed anything.

Thanks in advance for the help.



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    Posted on Nov 15, 2005 at 04:41 PM

    Hi Vivek,

    have you read ?!

    If yes, I understand that you don't understand it, for it's more than irritating. I will try to translate... 😊

    2. From the portal content catalog, create a folder Portal Content - KMSystems (if not already there).

    3. Use the secondary mouse button to click on this folder "KMSystems" and choose New - System.

    4. Select "KM-Windows-System" and click on Next.

    5. Enter an arbitrary system name and ID. Click Next. In the next screen, choose Finish.

    6. Now choose Open the object for editing and click on OK.

    7. On the next screen, choose Display: System Aliases.

    8. Enter an alias for the system. Note that the alias has to tally with the system ID that you specified in the CM system landscape definition (default: "Microsoft_Windows_KM"). Click on Save and Close.

    Now for this system you can set up user mappings.

    Also see EP6: Create file system respository and File sytem Repository - What am I doing wrong?

    Hope it helps


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