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Dowload a document from R/3 DMS to BSP page

How to dowload a document from R/3 DMS to BSP page on click with a "save as" ?

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2005 at 10:47 AM

    Are you trying to display a document stored in DMS in a BSP page?

    If yes , check out classing starting with CL_GOS_* to read document from DMS.

    Regards

    Raja

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2005 at 11:33 AM

    Do you know where I can have documentation and sample of these class ? I develop on BSP without Dynpro

    Message was edited by: Jerome FORTIAS

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  • Posted on Jan 19, 2005 at 10:01 AM

    Hello Jerome,

    R/3 Document Managemnt System or Global Object Service?

    R/3 DMS files are stored either in a SAP Content Server or in a R/3 table. This depends on settings in txn OACT and OAC0. Can vou check this. In this case, there are two possibilities: BAPI's (BAPI_DOCUMENT.... and the underlying CVAPI_..... FM's) or generated URL pointing to the documents on the SAP Content Server. These URL's are generated by the SDOK-layer.

    Best regards,

    Stefan

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      Hi Stefan.

      It sounds like you know quite alot of DMS. I have just been assigned to configure DMS on 4.6C system using IXOS as a storage place for the documents. I have never worked with DMS before and after banging around the IMG, document type and data carrier tyes, I think I am totally lost. I was wondering if you have any documentation that will help me understand the DMS and its configuration from Basis Prospective, specially in IMG? We are planning to to use DMS for only word and pdf documents. I

      I will really appreciate your help.

      Eric

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