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ArchiveLink integration with a content server that is not SAP certified

Oct 31, 2016 at 04:45 AM


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I have been using ARchiveLink for many years with OpenText, OnBase, SAP HTTP content servers.... this time my client gave me a Java-based content server, and asked me to integrate it with SAP ECC using ArchiveLink... I don't know where to start with... usually with other content servers, I start with STRUST transaction code to make the two systems trust each other, test the link from ECC to the content server, and then set up the logical content repositories in SAP ECC... but with an "unlicensed" content server, where do I start with? Thanks....

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Karim Benakli Feb 20 at 02:18 PM


You can use YAC, see here: YAC Datasheet, e-mail to

This add-on makes the bridge between Archivelink and any system supporting HTTP requests (simple HTTP, REST, SOAP, etc.), so in practice your Java based content server must just support HTTP requests.

Furthermore it can create the documents with their original name and any kind of attribute coming from the SAP object attributes, if your content server does support to store file names and attributes of course.



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