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Using "Services for Object" to attach local files to SAP objects (POs)

As I understand creating an Attachment to a PO for example from local drive - is a standard SAP functionality that does not require configuration, but ... in our Development, Quality and Production systems any document type can be attached, but not in Training. In Training system only .txt documents can be attached and for others it give the error message "Database error with <INSERT INTO KPRO>, error message number SO 013".

1) Does it mean that there is a config for it so certain document types can only be attached? and where can I find it?

2) Is there a way to limit the size of documents that can be attached? since somebody can "accidentally" attach 2 Gig file ...

Thanks,

Paul.

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2006 at 06:55 AM

    Hi Pavel,

    Yes for Standard SAP functionality that does not require configuration, but for coustomized Transaction if you want to attach any doc or txt file doc then you need to change some code. if iam worng plz correct me.

    in you querry just check with the your basis person some times they may give restrictions or authorizations check.

    this may be helpful to you.

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  • Posted on Sep 10, 2010 at 07:42 AM

    Check OSS NOTE Note 1495032 - SBWP: Error when uploading a document

    Luis

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