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Implement DMS WF

I've to implement a DMS WF.

The functional guy sent me a pdt which explain how the DMS works. But doesn't say the workflow to be implemented.

The pds that he sent me is this:

This pdf contains some tasks: 00007842(DRAW Change), 00200237(DRAW Display), 00200124(DRAW Find), 00200153(DRAW Objects), 00408150(DRAW.Create).

Do I have to use this tasks in my custom WF. I'm new in DMS. So i dont know how to start.

Thanks !

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2009 at 08:18 AM


    The standard workflow that i found for DMS is WS20000735.

    Regarding basics of DMS check this link

    DMS is basically used to store documents in SAP. For example, say a company wants to maintain their drawing in SAP rather than having a hard copy. They can do this. or if they want to store some library material they will maintain them in DMS and access them whenever they are in need.

    Please revert back if u need more help.


    Gautham Paspala

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  • Posted on Sep 16, 2009 at 04:26 PM


    You can open up each of the tasks in PFTC_DIS and do a Where-Used to find out if any workflows use them.

    There could very well be some standard ones that you can copy and adapt.


    Rick Bakker

    Hanabi Technology

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