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migrate document from the operating system to MAXdb

Hi,

I have search oss for information to migrate documents from operating

system into MAXdb. We have stored our documents previously on the

operating system. I am in a process to install MAXdb to store our

future documents.

Can you please assist in this regard.

Thanking you.

Cathleen Jacobs

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2008 at 05:02 AM

    I dont think it is possible to transfter the document stored using Filestorage(OS) to Content storage system(MAXDB)

    But you can configure SAP system to store in MAXDB for future storages only.

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 02:10 PM

    Hi,

    I hope LSMW will help you in migrating the documents.

    Can you let me know what are all the types of drawing you are going to migrate?

    Is your requirement like this?

    A large no. of documents stored in the workstation are migrated to SAP content server by creating DIR automatically to each and every documents and checked inside the content server?

    Regards,

    MRK

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      Hi MRK,

      Thank You for the reply..

      No our documents are already stored in the content server which uses the Unix FileSystemStorage as a storage medium. We want to move the documents (not too many at this stage +/- 5000) from Unix FileSystemStorage as the storage medium to a MAXDB Database as the storage medium.

      Thanking You,

      Cathleen

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