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Delete Documents from Knowledge Warehouse

Hi there,

once a document is uploaded to Solution Manager (e.g. in Business Blueprint SOLAR01) it seems to be stored in Knowledge Warehouse.

When you delete the document from all nodes in SOLAR01 it still remains in the knowledge warehouse.

I can see all documents from a project in transaction SIIALL of the knowledge warehouse, but for some reason I can neiteher change the attributes, nor delete a document in this transaction.

Same for the Knowledge Workbench where I can see all documents, but cannot change attributes or delete documents.

Anyone got an idea? I've got SPA_ALL and the KW-Administrator role assigned ...

working on SOLMAN 7.0

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2008 at 02:42 PM

    Dear Friend,

    I have the same problem

    You can use the following report

    Go to se38 and enter

    SOLMAN_UNUSED_DOCUMENTS

    Press the execute button enter the userID of the concerned person.This is the only way I have found out.

    Also whenver you delete a document delete it from the delete button not using the -(minus) button from Solar01 or solar02

    Pls assign pts and close the thread.

    Edited by: Prakhar Saxena on Dec 9, 2008 3:43 PM

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      Hi Prakhar, hi Alexander,

      I used the trace function ST01 but everything is green, all roles are displayed and I couldn't get any hint what the root cause of my problem is.

      I was able to delete the unsused documents with the report given by Prakhar, so the problem itself is solved.

      However I will open a ticket and a new thread for the SI80 problem.

      Thanks a lot to both of you

      Markus

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