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how to store the document on DMS Server

Dear Experts,

  Currently all my documents uploaded are stored in R3 system  with the  t-code cv01n and now I want that documents to be store in DMS Server.

Therefore, I would request anyone to guide on this and kindly share some configuration guide if anyone have it la.

Thanking you in advance.

-warm regards,

Yonten Tshering

BHUTAN

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    Oct 16, 2015 at 08:50 AM

    We currently have a DMS implementation project going. That is why I can’t offer a complete guide. But I can tell you the procedure for the storing of documents from SAP in DMS, how we planned it.

    We want to use the SAP ArchiveLink interface. The interface establishes the connection between SAP and DMS. As trigger we use the message control (NACE) in SAP.

    There can be defined via the output types of the storage mode. ("1 Only Print", "2 Just drop" or "3 Print and drop". This has the advantage that we can use the existing message control and this extended to the mode "drop". We define the document type, the business object and the archive system (DMS) via the SAP ArchiveLink interface.

    After the initial setting of document type and business object we are able to customize more output types for storing in DMS. In the SAP message control (NACE) you also get an error protocol, if a document can’t be stored.

    I hope I could you help a little.

    Regards

    Christian

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    Oct 19, 2015 at 02:37 PM

    Yonten,

    Christian is talking about Archivelink

    and you need content server for DMS to use cv01n transaction

    both are different approaches for storing documents

    if you are already using cv01n then Christians solution will not work for you

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      There are lots of documentation available on DMS and Content server, they should be easy to locate and configure based on your requirement