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File system repository not showing under root folder

Hi All,

i want to create a folder under the Root directory in KM . So i have decided to create File system repository in the Content management ..

I have created File system repository with the following properties :

Active :checked

Hide in Root Folder: not checked

Send Events :checked

Property Search Manager : not set

Repository Services : not set

ACL Manager Cache : not set

Security Manager : not set

Description

Prefix (must start with /) : /demo

Windows Landscape System : blank

Read-only : not checked

Lookup mode : caseless

Read-only Content Expiry Delay:

Root Directory: /usr/sap/ij1/SYS/global/config/cm/demo

But i am not able to see <b>demo</b> folder under the root .. what could be the reason .

i went to monitoring--> KM --> Component monitoring --> demo --> all the status is in running state .

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    Oct 23, 2007 at 03:52 AM

    To map a network drive from the portal server

    1.Log on to the Windows Server of the Portal.

    2.From the Microsoft Windows Start menu, open Windows Explorer.

    3.Choose Tools &#61664; Map Network Drive.

    4.Specify the drive letter for the connection (say V:).

    5.In Folder, enter the path of the shared folder, and choose Finish.

    Create the File Repository in the Portal

    1.Choose System Administration &#61664; System Configuration &#61664; Knowledge Management &#61664; Content Management &#61664; Repository Managers &#61664; File System Repository.

    2.Choose New.

    3.Enter a prefix that describes your folder.

    4.Enter the value of the drive letter you mapped previously with a forward slash.

    5.(optional) Select the checkboxes for layout and properties from Repository Services.

    6.Choose OK.

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