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KPRO filesystem structure


we are using the SAP - KPRO on a filesystem.

If a file is stored in the repository, a new directory is created in the filesystem.

The ContentRepositoryRoot is defined as "F:\MRD", the name of the Content Repository is Z_DMS_0003_MRD.

So i.e. the PHIO is 45f12715829e004602000000ac1000cd, the KPRO creates the directory


The problem is, I don't know the "creation-rule" of the 0edd - directory.

Thank you,


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    Posted on Apr 05, 2007 at 10:52 AM

    Why are you using a file structure out of interest sake?

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    Posted on May 24, 2007 at 04:55 AM

    HI Stefan,

    I am also looking for solution which you have already implemented. Could you share architecture of this scenario where you are using DMS ,Content server and external repository to store R/3 documents.

    How did you connected external repository in OAC0 ?

    if you share your view on this will be of great help?

    My email id is


    Gopal jaiswal

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    • I solved with this setting:

      Content Rep. ZDMS_FS_TST Active Description Cont Rep su Filesystem per TEST

      Document Area: Document Management System

      Storage type: HTTP content server

      Version no. 0046 Content Server version 4.6 HTTP server hostabc Port Number 1090
      HTTP Script ContentServer/ContentServer.dll Phys. path E:\usr\sap\TST\SYS\global\

      with the parameter:

      ContRepRoot \\host1\sap\KPRO

      Storage FileSystemStorage.dll


      Security 1

      ContRepDescription Content repository filesystem per Test

      UncompressedMimes all

      Security 1

      ContRepDescription Cont Rep su Filesystem per TES

      Note that you have to change some permission on IIS (Windows Content Server) to give the right properties in the KPRO folder.

      I hope that this is useful.


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