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Dynamic access to folders on KM

Hello, I am trying to expose documents with in folder in KM, for example u201C/Public Documents/ 10001/reportsu201D. I generated a KM Navigation iView to expose documents in reports folder no worries this far.

Now the real issue is there are folders like 10001, 10002, 10003.....at the same level and i am trying to send the folder number as parameter in URL so that based on this parameter value the path changes and different documents are displayed. Just for heads up I am not doing any WebDynpro or any coding.

Any successful inputs will be great help

mallinarc

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2008 at 02:43 PM

    Ramesh,

    U can send the folder path as dynamic parameter and can use to open a KM Nav iView...

    Will this solve ur issue?

    http://<ur server>:<port no>/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.km.cm.navigation/documents/Public Documents?StartUri=/documents

    Regards

    BP

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2008 at 03:34 PM

    Bobu, ok let me explain little bit more.

    I have this KM Navigation iView i created to, which has Path to Initially Displayed Folder set to "/documents/Public Documents/<folder>/reports" (ckeck the bold Charecters, that is exactly how i set the path to catch the parameter passed from URL.

    Now the URL looks likes this

    http://sapdev.company.net:51130/irj/portal?StartUri=/documents/Public Documents/10001/reports

    The above URL is as you said in your previous reply. Still don't know how the server going to take the 1001 number from URL and use it to replace <FOLDER> in the "Path to Initially Displayed Folder".

    Is it possible to achive it without custom development.

    mallinarc

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