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Need to upload employee photos against infotype 0002

Hi,

We have an urgent reqirement to load the photos of all the employees agianst the infotype 0002 which need to be accesed by the employees and managers via enterprise portal.

Can anybody help me....

Thanks in advance

Krishna

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2007 at 12:13 PM

    hi

    use tcode OAWD there employee management will be there before that there will be icon double click that and give pernr and date click tick then click on confirm and then browse your file and attach now you can see your photo in pa30 and that photo should be in the format jpg or jpeg or bmp

    bye

    Naveen

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2007 at 12:40 PM

    Hi,

    For individual upload, use OAWD. For mass upload of photo, see the link.

    http://wiki.ittoolbox.com/index.php/Code:Z_report_for_Massive_Photos_Upload

    Good Luck

    Om

    Reward it, if u feel helpful

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2007 at 01:06 PM

    The steps provided you are very appropiate , but you can also check the following settings incase you dnt achieve your requirements.

    Q. How to attached the Photo in IT0002

    1.Create a number range for SAP Archive Link :

    IMG>Basis Components>Basis Services>SAP Archive Link>Basic Settings>Maintain number ranges.

    Tcode OANR. Create range 01 from 0000000001 to 9999999999 without the external number flag.

    2.Document type HRICOLFOTO must exist with document class JPG.

    IMG>Basis Components>Basis Services>SAP Archive Link>System Settings>Maintain document types.

    Table TOAVE, Tcode OAC2.

    3.Document type HRICOLFOTO must be linked to object type PREL and IT0002.

    IMG>Personnel Management>Personnel Administration>Tools>Optical Archiving>Set up Optical Archiving in HR.

    View V_T585O, no Tcode. In all three columns there ara minuses, don’t put a flag in the check box.

    4.Check which content repository (Archive) is linked to document type HRICOLFOTO and object type PREL.

    IMG>Basis Components>Basis Services>SAP Archive Link>Basic Settings>Maintain Links.

    Table TOAOM_C, Tcode OAC3

    5.Create this content repository with storage type FILE archive.

    IMG>Basis Components>Basis Services>SAP Archive Link>Basic Settings>Maintain content repositories.

    Tcode OAC0

    Storage type FILE archive can be attained by clicking on the field Storage type and clicking somewhere else in the screen with the right mouse button. Choose Possible entries and only then you get a list of all values. FILE Archive is entry number 08. Choose Version no. 0031 and Archive path something (e.g. C:\).

    6.Link photo to personnel number.

    Menu>Tools>Business Documents>Miscellaneous>Stored Documents. Tcode OAAD.

    Click on the Create button. Business object PREL and Docyment type HRICOLFOTO. Click on create (fill in the right personnel number in the pop up and click Continue). Choose the photo (as a JPG file) from the place where it is saved (e.g. hard disk). SAP will notify that the Stored Document was created succesfully. Photo is visible via PA10, PA20, PA30, PA40. Double-click to magnify photo.

    To delete archived document :

    Tcode OAAD, click Find. In docyment type field select HRICOLFOTO and after execute you get a list of all documents. Select appropriate document and click on delete icon.

    thnkx

    bhanu

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