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How to link c-Folder with DMS?

Hello,

I'm a new in this tool and i would like to know somethings.

1) What the Object Type i use to link c-Folder with DMS?

2) Can I do this if I install C-Folder in a separate server other than SAP R/3?

Regards

Pedro Sasso

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    Posted on Feb 22, 2011 at 10:33 PM

    Thanks Arbind,

    But in trasaction OAC3 i need to link the "Object Type" with "Doc. Type" and with "Cont. Rep. ID".

    Do you know if there is an "Object Type" for c-Folders? And if it exists, what is it?

    Many Regards,

    Pedro Sasso

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    Posted on Feb 22, 2011 at 05:14 PM

    Hi,

    DO you mean via the 'Object Linking' feature in DMS?

    If yes, please ensure that the 'c-projects Elements' object has been selected for the particular document type in DC10.

    Also, to view the attached DIR in c-projects, ensure that the RFC is established b/w c-projects and DMS.

    Yes..you can,since c-Folders has functionality of maintaining public and private collaboration scenarios so c-Folders is being used to communicate between Suppliers and Vendors.

    c-Folders is not like webDMS, it is a separate application for which the link can be created from portal itself.

    In c-Folders user ID and password can be created which need not have any licenses.

    Hope it helps you.

    Thanks

    Arbind Prasad

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