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Preview of DMS document error

Dear all,

I am a QM guy and using DMS.

Now, I have a issue for DMS.

Our vendor upload excel file to vendor inspection LOT using Supply portal.

Then we can see the document in CV03N.

When we click the file in CV03N, we can open the excel file.

Vendor uploaded the 4 document under the same file name as below.

Lot DMS NO. Quantity filename

10004238493 30001926280 30 abc.xls

10005126544 30002442887 10 abc.xls

10005249439 30002527693 13 abc.xls

10005525013 30002732147 7 abc.xls

When I try to see the first document (its quantity is 30 )in CV03N, everything is O.K.

But When I try to see the other document (its qunatity is 7 ), I can see wrong document .

For example, I want to see 30002527693 but 30001926280 is shown.

I think same filename cause the error.

Somebody help me ?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 09, 2011 at 07:09 AM

    Hi,

    Please let me know your Original file names properly.(i mean the excel sheets attached).

    As per your message it looks like the file name contains (Lot No.,DIR No.,qty,file name.).Is that true?

    I have already tried with this kind of thing by attaching text files as originals.It works fine for me.

    Regards

    Praveen.

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    • Former Member Kyungseok Noh

      Hi,

      As per your reply i understood that you are not able to differentiate the old and new file.

      Can you please check whether the content version option is checked while creating the document type.

      Also check the version of the DIR created.if there is any change in the version numbers,start searching with that particular entries in CV03N.

      Hope this will solve.If not do let me know.

      Regards

      Praveen

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