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Using MS-Sharepoint as a content server from ECC 6.0

Hi, gurus.

From the

[SAP Content Server Installation Guide|https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/index?rid=/library/uuid/cfa73246-0a01-0010-71b4-bc21ccb45c99&overridelayout=true]

...you will find this information:

You can find a description of the SAP Content Server Interface in the SAP Library (on the documentation CD or under www.//help.sap.com) under SAP Web Application Server u2192 Basis Services u2192 Knowledge Provider u2192 Content Management Service u2192 SAP Content Server HTTP Interface. If you want to integrate another content server into your network, the new content server must fulfil the requirements of the interface.

My simple question is:

Is it possible to use MS Sharepoint as a content server from ECC 6.0 ?

Please advice.

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2009 at 08:14 AM

    There is a product called iNet.DM from ERP.Link which allows you to use SharePoint MOSS as an SAP Content Server. The cost is pretty low in comparison to other content server providers and its a relatively simple installation, about 5 days.

    http://www.erp-link.com/html/product/product-overview-iNetDM.asp is their website.

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  • Posted on Feb 21, 2015 at 10:11 PM

    Hi Athol,

    Thanks very much, your answers are very helpful.

    To use SharePoint as SAP DMS for document management. We have depend on the 3rd party products like iNet.DM from ERP.Link or Duet Enterprise and separate licenses required for products?

    Without this 3rd party products, it is not possible to use SharePoint as SAP DMS?

    What is best and cost effective way of achieving this requirement?

    Thanks and Regards,

    Venky.

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