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SAP EP Collaboration Rooms versus C-Folders/C-Projects

We have implemented the SAP EP 5.0 C-Room and we are currently implementing the SAP PLM C-Folders. I am curious to understand the exact positioning of these two products and their possible integration into the SAP Netweaver plateform.

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2004 at 09:44 AM

    Hello Mr Clabots:

    PLM c-folders are mainly used for projects which include sharing of big engineering documents, which require red lining, 3D viewers... The c-folders can also be accessed from external users.

    Collaboration rooms are only accessible for enterprise portal users and provide besides document sharing, also task management, groupware integreation, synchronous and asychronous collaboration tools....

    PLM c-folders can be included in form of an iView or via repository manager into a collaboration room.

    For more information on NW collaboration rooms, please go to our service marketplace quicklink nw-collaboration. Here you can find more information about collaboration rooms. In the 2 presentations you will also find an integration example for collaboration rooms and c-folders.

    We are also currently working on a new integration scenario. Please ask you SAP Sales contact for updates within the next couple of months.

    Best regards,

    Tanja

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