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Error when using the report context menu option Goto - Documents

Hi gurus,

I'm doing some report tests via Analyzer and when a try to use de context menu option "Goto -> Documents" and try to create a new document, the following errors occur:

"CANNOT GET THE FOLDER FOR ASSIGNMENT"

"ERROR WHILE LAUNCHING NEW DOCUMENT DIALOG"

I'm using the nw2004s version. Could someone help me out?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2006 at 04:24 AM

    Thiago,

    I've got the same error when I try to add a comment to the query, did you fix the probelm?

    Regards,

    James

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2006 at 11:20 AM

    Yes, we configured the KM in the EP. It will only work if you configure the KM properly in the Enterprise Portal. Another team made the configuration for us, so I don't have any documentation to send you, sorry.

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    Posted on Mar 26, 2007 at 10:02 PM

    Hi Thaigo,

    We are also having the same problem with 2004s SP9 and SP10.

    1. All the 0TCA* are active.

    2. Super admin role is assigned.

    But still getting the above three errors. Somebody who have overcome this problem please share the corresponding changes to be made in KM Configuration

    Thanks and Regards

    Giri Nath

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      We had this problem and it turned out that we had to do the following:

      goto System Administration - Permissions, then pick the relevant Backend BI system that we've defined, edit permissions and make sure that the 'Everyone Group' is added and that it has 'Read/Write' and 'End User' checked on.

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