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Storing attachments


Want to know, when we upload an attachment(file) while creating a Purchase Order (PO), how is the attachment stored? Is the file stored on the server? Or are the file contents stored in binary format?

If the contents are stored in binary format, how can we get the contents in the original format?



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    Posted on Aug 03, 2006 at 05:06 AM

    HI Jack

    To my knowledge this attachments are stored in the binary language and are stored on the server .

    there is a interpreter FM which converts the data again back to normal when we download or open the Documents.


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      HI Jack

      Actually i am not an technical consultant however give a day or so I would try to find out the FM.

      Document for all type/extn can be stored provided their extension is mentioned in DC10 and DC30.

      And they are stored on Application server as to my knowledge .

      Presently I am tide up with internal training any way I will try to get the FM in a day or two.


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