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I am using a early archiving scenario. In this scenario, after the scanned document is pulled and archived in SAP, the workitem is created in SAP.

After receiving this work-item in SAP inbox, when we click on workitem, the SAP transaction opens. I punch in all the data and then try to save it. Now new document is created but I don't see image getting attached to SAP transaction.

Can someone please help me out ?



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    Posted on Oct 11, 2010 at 01:17 AM

    Hello Jainam,

    Check following configurations:

    Assignment of Document type to object type, Link table, content repository in OAC3 transaction?

    Or check in OAD5 transaction overall configuration for your workflow and also archive server connecting to it.

    Can you please provide details on the process of storing or archiving the scanned documents?

    Below is an example of archiving documents for early archiving scenario:

    1. OAD2 transaction - Create document type and assign class to it(formate)

    2. OAD5 transaction - Keen document type created, select the workflow, select the requried object type, assign SAP standard workflow task - TS30001128 or if any custom task created for this activity and further specify link table, related transaction code to create SAP business document..

    3. Check the connectivity between SAP and archive server

    4. Store/archive the scan documents via OAWD transaction

    If above configuration is done and working fine then get the doc ID for archived documents check the string in the archive server for its presence.

    Hope this will help you.



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