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Accessing documents in BPS Web application

Just wondering if anyone has tinkered with the maintaining and accessing the documents from web application in BPS. We had requirement that each planning operation needs to have a comment which is saved as text file in BW under document management. The same works fine when using excel based planning but am not sure how we can get the same done in Web based planning application.

Thanks in advance of any ideas ..

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 05:55 PM

    Hi,

    You can use documents in BPS Web Interfaces.

    You need to create a component of type document which must be associated with some layout which has been already defined in the interface.

    You can specify in the layout properties in web interface builder to select a row or column to add a document.

    These setting alow user to add comments for a selected line/column in the layout.

    Regards,

    Deepti

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 08:02 PM

    We are using WEB interfaces (WIBS) which can show documents for BPS. But you can only have one document per cell. If you need more than one, you should use a report of BW inside the WEB interface.

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      Hi

      If you wish to add more than one document. The attached document could be an XL with other objects embedded in it. If the sizes are huge...then the best way of attaching more than one document is by giving the links in the document and providing users with an access to the Network folders where these documents are stored.

      Regards

      Srinivas

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