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Webdav repositary configuration....

HIII Frnds..

I am working on configuration of webdev Repositary. My scenerio is like that *" I have to configure a document ( folder) which is availble on my FTP server, with my portal . I have no idea how can I do it .??

Kindly anyone can suggest some steps or links that are usefull for me.

Thanks In advance.

Regards:

Mayank Kumar Saxena

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2008 at 02:16 AM

    Hi Mayank,

    Can you tell me ,FTP server is installed in portal server or that is a separate server???

    Thanks,

    Regards,

    Rudradev Devulapalli

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      Hi Mayank,

      This is due to the reason that this user account doesnt have write access in the windows file system. It has just the read access for this user account. It will throw error message when you try writing or editing the content. The logic is simple. If you try creating a file in a folder in windows, where you dont have write access - it throws an error message. The same holds good for KM repository. KM repository is your front end and ultimately it fetches all information from the windows side, which is your backend.

      I hope you have done single signon for the SAP EP with the windows system. Go to windows file, give the user - write access and then try editing or uploading the KM repository. It will work as per the access permission set in the windows end.

      Revert back if you have any queries...

      Regards,

      Ganesh N

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