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BSP and DMS (Document Management)

I have to develop a BSP application which provides Documents links from DMS. Is anybody know which BAPI i can use to optain relation between the material (MATERIAL_GETLIST) and the document number DOKNR ?

Is somewhere on a blog something was published about this topic ?

Thanks a lot

Jerome

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2005 at 10:23 AM

    I have found a solution, using table DRAR and MARA see course PLM210. I develop a BSP application without Dynpro

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  • Posted on Jan 19, 2005 at 10:03 AM

    Hello Jerome,

    all BAPI's to the BO 'Document' in teh BOR can be used.

    Any further details?

    Best regards,

    Stefan

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    • Former Member

      You're right but my customer had a problem on his WAS. Bapi browser didn't work. I tried to connect the BOR with my Visual Studio and my SAPDOTNETConnector I had the same problem. So I did some zfunction on the R/3 systems all called these from my BSP application. Good way to optimize the performance...

      My proof of concept was a success for my customer, and he was reinstalling a complete WAS to continue the project 😉

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