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Check in to DOCUMENTUM (external repository)

Hello

I have a program Z to do upload PDF file:

From /int_dev/xyz/abc/in/qwe/ (al11)

To DOCUMENTUM (external repository).

When executed, this program sends a message:

Error while checking in and storing: /int_dev/xyz/abc/in/qwe/test.pdf

The same program is used to check in:

From C:\ABC\

To: DOCUMENTUM (external repository), and my result it´s OK.

What happens?

Regards

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  • Posted on Aug 19, 2015 at 08:03 AM

    Hi "DMS user",

    I guess you use function module BAPI_DOCUMENT_CREATE2 in your program.

    You have to feed different values to parameter PF_HTTP_DEST depending on the source of the file:

    • access to frontend (local file systems): 'SAPHTTP'; this is the standard value
    • access to application server, execution in background: 'SAPHTTPA'

    Regards,

    Benedikt

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    Posted on Aug 20, 2015 at 07:19 AM

    Hi User,

    I hope you are trying to upload document in content repository for DMS using the function module.If so try using the system path PF_HTTP_DEST.

    Also please explain what you mean by Documentum(External repository).

    Rgds,

    Nayeem.

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