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How to get Document details based on Document ID.

Hi,

I have document-Id , Is it possible to get the details of document stored on RMS.

I need the details like..

1. In which folder the document is stored.

2. To which rms unique id the document is related to

3. Creation date.

4.File Name ...

Regards,

Nishad

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2016 at 11:50 AM

    hi, Muhammed!

    sure, you're able this... look for some tables (in this example based on standard SRM_DOC04 document model):

    SRMDOC04 (CREA_USER, CREA_TIME)

    SRMDOC04-PROP09 is RMS_ID

    SRMDOC04-PROP10 is SPS_ID

    SRMDOCP04 (LOIO_ID, CHNG_USER, CHNG_TIME)

    SRMDOCP04-PROP05 - last document's change timestamp (content or attributes)

    SRMDOCP04-PROP06 - last document's change user (content or attributes)

    SRMLOIOT04 (DESCRIPT)

    SRMLOPR04 (SRM_DOCUMENT_ID)

    SRMPHPR04 (SRM_DOCUMENT_ID)

    SRMPHF04 (MIMETYPE, FILE_SIZE)

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  • Posted on Jun 02, 2016 at 06:10 PM

    Hi @Muhammed Nishad J,

    If you are using KPRo in SAP, try the Function Module SCMS_URL_GENERATE. Check the parameter ABSOLUTE_URI after the Function Module SCMS_URL_CONCATENATE is called.

    This can be done at the moment of file access only.

    BTW. I think I will create a document about. Please check it later.


    Regards,
    Diego

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