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which repository?


we develope our own report where you can search for new or modified uploaded documents either in taxonomies or in folders and for date. The result is a kind of table with scope, documents and users.

where i can find all this information, in which repository or database? what else i need to know?

thank you for a good advice!


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    Posted on Apr 28, 2004 at 12:14 PM

    Hi Nicole,

    I'm not sure if I understood your question correctly: You would like to develop a report, which generates a list of newly created or modified documents. An entry in this list should contain the document, the name of the user who changed/created the document and it's location. Is that right?

    If yes, another question is, how often you would like to have your report check for new/changed documents?

    If "online", you could rely on the RF's eventing - but not all repositories generate events, nd if a document is changed in the backend (e.g. in directly in the filesystem) no event would be sent.

    Therefore I would suggest to create a crawler, which uses a (maybe configurable) list of startfolders to start searching. Then you would have to implement

    - either a global service or a scheduler task to start the crawler

    - a result receiver for the crawler, which checks for new/changed resources and generates the report

    See packages and com.sapportals.wcm.service.crawler in the KM's JavaDoc ( for more information.

    Best regards,


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