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EP5 and WebDAV - repository manager integration

HI *,

I'm trying to create a new WebDAV repository manager within an EP5 SP6 P1 HF16 (CM part) . The idea is to be able to index some docs which are store in another RM (DB type) created in another portal (EP5 SP6 P1 HF10) within the same domain. So far we are not able to access that RM and we get the following error into knowledgemanagement.log:

Feb 14, 2005 3:25:19 PM ...tory.VirtualRootNamespaceContentPropertyManager [Client_Thread_2] Error": The Repository returned no root collection (null): TI_Test_WebDAV_RS

According how to guide Using WebDAV in KM 5.pdf, we configured a new HTTP system and a new WebDAV RM which use this system. The WebDAv access URL provided by the remote portal is

http://stgwww101it.pirelli.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sapportals.km.docs/documents

Therefore we set the server URL of the HTTP system using that URL.

we'd like to access it with only one user so we set also the right user into HTTP system config.

Have you ever faced this kind of problem? Is it possible to integrate a RM of type DB in another portal via WebDAV or in others ways?

If we access a RM of type file system, via a WebDAV repository, on the remote portal all works fineĀ…

Any hints will be very precious

Please help!!!

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    Posted on Feb 14, 2005 at 04:16 PM

    Hi Roberto,

    have you tried these settings?

    <b>HTTP System</b>

    System ID = PIRELLI-WEBDAV-SYSTEM

    Server-URL = http://stgwww101it.pirelli.com

    <b>WebDAV Repository Manager</b>

    System ID = PIRELLI-WEBDAV-SYSTEM

    System Path = /irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sapportals.km.docs/documents

    Regards

    Michael

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