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Link object to FI parked document


I have tried posting this question in another forum with no reply, and therefore I will try it here:

I have have developed a workflow in which I'm completing/approving/posting a parked document previously created via an inbound IDoc. There are several attachements in the workflow (object types SOFM and IDoc and others) which I would like to link to the FI-document. How is it (or is it) possible to do this and afterwards is it possible to find these linked objects from the FI-document?

The installation is SAP R/3 version 4.6c.

I hope somebody is able to answer my question.

Thx in advance.

Best regards Arne Sørensen

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  • Apr 07, 2006 at 09:11 PM


    Two possible approaches. One could be looking at generic object services to see if there is a fit there.

    Another approach is to look at SAP DMS. Documents can be linked to SAP objects, stored and acessed directly from applications and or the DMS interface.

    DMS requires a modest amount of set up if you are looking to do something basic. The advantage of DMS is that it comes with a raft of BAPI's to get the docs in. You can also store the attachment's in a secure content server that is outside of the main R/3 database if you choose.

    Generic object services can be used to link and store an attachment but I am not so sure about bapis and external storage.

    I hope this helps.

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    • Former Member Roger Myers

      Dear tooCann,

      We are also in the process of this but had little sucess.

      Although my ABAPer developed a logic for SAPLCV130 module pool,

      and we are able to link the document to Invoice parking.

      If any body knows about SAPLCV140 screen as described in the help.

      Is it necessary write code for this also.

      If not what are the implications can happen..

      Any response appreciated