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Reading Archived Documents from ORACLE UCM into SAP System

Dear Friends,

My question is Can I rely on Archive link to Make integration between Sap System and oracle UCM without any other tools? if yes please say to me how to do this,if not Could you please Help me to find the right solution to Read Archived Documents from Oracle UCM into SAP System or in different words how can we integrate between Oracle UCM and SAP system?

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2015 at 04:56 PM

    Hey Tamer,

    I'm facing a similar challenge and I wondered if there was any lessons learned or guidance assuming that you managed to get a an answer elsewhere?


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      Hi Tamer,

      Sorry for delayed response.

      To answer your question, you can rely on ArchiveLink to use UCM with SAP. It isn't a direct integration though.

      To achieve the SAP UCM integration, we have built a Oracle WCC Connector for SAP by implementing the ArchiveLink interface. Through this connector Oracle WCC(UCM) can be configured with SAP just like any other CMS with no customization at all at SAP end.

      Once integrated with SAP, all the CRUD operations along with reading archived documents can be easily accomplished. Also, the solution can be extended to support the Imaging requirements while using UCM as the centralized enterprise repository.

      If you would be interested to know more about the connector, request you to kindly share your requirements details on



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