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Upload files with transaction CV02N via ITS


Is it possible to upload files (Word, PDF, Excel etc.) with transaction CV02N via ITS?

How must be configure the ITS so that this works?

Any ideas?



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    Posted on Feb 17, 2005 at 03:15 PM

    Hi Marco,

    I dont know transaction CV02N. But if this application uses standard function modules like GUI_UPLOAD it should work with ITS. A special configuration should not be required as long as the files have a size up to 5 MB. If they are larger it might be required to adjust the size of the request container MaxReqSize. Dont forget that Java has to be activated to let webgui access the filesystem.



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  • Posted on Feb 17, 2005 at 04:16 PM

    I just checked in my system and CV02N doesn't allow originals to be uploaded or manipulated from the ITS. All the options are greyed out. Now we use the SAP Content/Cache Servers. I know that this transaction uses SAPFTP and SAPHTTP for upload of files directly into the content/cache Servers.

    We quickly gave up trying to make this work though the ITS (we wanted a simplified interface anyway) and instead wrote a BSP application that does the same things using the Document BAPIs.

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