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Content Server installation

Gurus,

I need to understand from the functional point of setting up a content server. Please check if I am right on the flow.

1) Content Server sizing with the hardware specification - Functional Consultant.

2) Preparing the Server - Basis

3) Creating Content Repositories - Functional Consultant with information of the server details from the Basis guy.

4) Creating Storage Category: Functional Consultant.

5) Configuring KPRO - Functional Consultant.

I need to know if its advisible to create multiple content repositories or create storage categories if I need to provide different document storage space for different departments?

Thanks,

Paddy

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 04:37 AM

    Hi

    From the Business perspective, the following method could be adopted

    If the organisation is quite big, say it has operations in 3 or 4 locations and each location has a Design department with lot of drawings being generated from each location. Then one content repository could be created for each plant. Within each plant, if different departments produce different items or components , then each department can have a storage category of its own.

    Hope it answers your query to some extent.

    Jegdish

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 05:34 AM

    Hi,

    1) Content Server sizing with the hardware specification - Functional Consultant.

    Content server sizing has to be done by functional consultant based on clients requirement related to different application files and their sizes for approx 1 year and based on this it has to be estimated to next 5 years if requried.

    2) Preparing the Server - Basis

    the content server sizing done based on inputs has to be given to basis for checking the hardware specification,server size and also the platform on which content server will be installed (Unix,Windows etc).

    3) Creating Content Repositories - Functional Consultant with information of the server details from the Basis guy.

    once content server is installed, it has to be configured by creating content repositories and categories by functional consultant with the help of Basis.

    4) Creating Storage Category: Functional Consultant.

    must be done by functional consultant with the help of Basis.

    5) Configuring KPRO - Functional Consultant.

    once content server is up, KPRO functionality also will start working but to direct files to content server instead of Sap Database, configuration in backend has to be done by Functional Consultant.

    Thank You,

    Manoj

    points if useful..!!

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