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Regarding Digital Personal file

HI Gurus,

On our ECC 6 on EhP3 and NetWeaver 7.0 running portal, we're trying to configure part of the Business Package for HR administrator (the one in EhP1 that uses WD for ABAP). We want to start by using DPF for storage of employees Certificates, Contracts etc. We're not using Adobe Interactive Forms yet, but that may follow in the future.

I've read that one can configure DPF for archived documents, but what little information I could glean from help.sap.com haven't helped me with the practical usage.

I've done configuring in the IMG for DPF, transaction SICF and in NetWeaver for the HR Administrator role to use the demo-DPF (for a demo only, ofcorse), but when I try to use the asr_personnel_file application (Edit Personnel File) from the HR Administrator portal role, I always get an error saying that the employee doesn't have a personnel file.

Does anyone know how I can create a personnel file for an employee? are there elements I've forgotten? do I for example need to configure ArchiveLink or something?

Cheers,

Rahul

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2010 at 09:44 AM

    Hi,

    In ECC 6.0, You can use IT0290 for store your cerificates and all other scanned documents. try it once. i don't know whether this will solve your requirement.

    Dinesh

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  • Posted on Jul 06, 2012 at 01:17 PM

    Hi,

    Maybe the solution will help somone.

    After configuring DPF in IMG, you have to:

    1. Generate DPF using transaction PASR_DPF_CREATE - it creates the record for documents.

    2. Now you can access the employee DPF either from the system (tcode ORGANIZER or directly HRASR_CALL_TX_PDPF ) or from the portal.

    Best regards,

    Norbert

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