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What's the rule of engagement?

Nov 14, 2016 at 01:51 AM

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Dear All

I post a blog 6 days ago. it related to intercompany issue with related unknown error message. But no one reply and it is removed by someone that does not fulfill the community's rules of engagement. What is the rule that I can't ask SAP B1 intercompany solution? or I can't ask the question that no one know.

Regards

Edmund

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Jürgen L
Nov 14, 2016 at 05:27 AM
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These are the Rules of Engagement: http://go.sap.com/community/about/rules-of-engagement.html

can be found directly from the menu Community > Overview

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But which rule(s) is triggered?

Before remove, I suggest that they should send email to notice us first.

At least, we can know which rule(s) has triggered.

maybe, someone remove this post is no planning.

Otherwise, ask sap B1 intercompany issue which cannot find the correct answer, it belongs to one of the rule(s).

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Your screenshot shows that you've posted a blog, not a question. You're not supposed to do that and such blogs are routinely removed by the moderators. Also if you have not blogged before then your first blog(s) will need to be approved by a moderator no matter how awesome it is.

I'm pretty sure all of this is covered in Getting Started section.

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Dear Jelena

Since my blog is removed, so that I can't show the original content. I can only capture the screen that I see.

Regards

Edmund

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This communication should actually happen as editorial comment in the blog itself.

It should be visible if you open the blog in edit mode, it is planned that users are in future directly taken to the editorial comments (if there was any)

I can't verify if it happened as I have no link to the blog. But I just saw the high number of blogs that were nothing else than questions, I can pretty much imagine that the moderators are just trashing it in that case, especially as nothing had changed here comparing with old SCN where also a differentiation between questions and blogs were made.

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Dear Jürgen

Yes, you are right.

Since no edit mode, they simply remove it.

Regards

Edmund

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Jürgen L
Nov 15, 2016 at 07:05 AM
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The notification has 2 links if an editorial comment is available,

via the second you could see this comment.


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Dear Jurgen

I can't see the notification like you.

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Probably because there was no editorial comment

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Sajid Amir
Nov 17, 2016 at 04:50 PM
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Hello Edmund,

I believe you can still retrieve your deleted blog. Go to
blogs.sap.com and then click on Actions -> View My Posts:

Please let me know if this works! Please be advised that these are only posts that you created on the Blogging platform and NOT the Q&A platform


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No, users can't see their deleted blogs.

This is what they get instead:

They only see an entry in "view my posts" after the blog was deleted if the blog got an editorial comment. But then they can only see the comment.

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Dear Jürgen L

Yes, you are right. I go to action to view my post, but it can't search it.

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