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cProjects and existing documents in content server

Hello everybody!

I would like to know if following is possible to do:

- we have content server full of documents and other content

- we need to associate that existing documents with some project, phases, task, etc. in cProjects.

Is it possible to do? If not - what will be the recommendation how to accomplish such needs?

WBR, Johnson.

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    Posted on May 05, 2011 at 03:53 PM

    Hello Johnson,

    I suppose the content server you are talking is of SAP DMS.

    You can link the documents in the content server to cProject Elements through SAP DMS.

    For this you need to activate the SAP DMS tick in cProjects Configuration.

    You need to maintain the cProjects Object Link in SAP DMS Configuration.



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    • Former Member Former Member

      SAP content server is used as an storage option in several scenarios like cFolders,DMS,CRM et-al.Could you please confirm which scenario is in vogue in your environment?

      If it is SAP DMS,then its possible to transfer/process documents/DIR's across these two systems.However, its recommended that you have easyDMS installed (easy to use,stripped down version of SAP DMS) to simplify the operation.Further,you need to make the necessary configuration in both SAP DMS(assign DPR_OBJLINK to the document types that you wish to use in cProjects) and cProjects(activate DMS integration in Project types,activate object type)EASYDMS,Define default doc types etc).

      Peruse SAP help sections on these subjects for detailed understanding.


      Pradeepkumar Haragoldavar

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