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GOS and Content Repository


We need to store the Attachements from GOS on a Mounted shared drive in NTFS and not on a HTTP Content Server.

any ideas on that. The goal is to relieve SAP Application server from storage.



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    Jul 13, 2008 at 11:01 PM

    The only way to get around that would be a combination of both, i.e. an HTTP content server using a file systen storage method.

    The danger you have with these types of file systems with a more open access is proving integrity of the system to auditors. By normal methods, the audit trail is controlled in SAP. if these documents are changable in the background without SAP knowing about it, how can you prove that the documents are the same ones inserted originally? The auditibility can effectively make or break your system and force you to maintain your hardcopy storage structure as well, and if you lose hard copies, your soft copy won't stand up in court. It also opens you to legal action if something like an MSDS is changed and this causes an incident on a plant because the proper controls weren't in place to prevent incorrect changes.

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      Go to SE16 and enter the table name as SDOKPHCL.

      In the field for document class enter SOFFPHIO, and execute.

      For this entry change the value of the cell maintenance of category to "X".

      this would solve your problem.