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Save attached documents in ME23 to content server

Hello,

I need to save the attached documents in purchase orders, via ME23 transaction into a content server.

I've been reading the DMS documentation, but I don't know if I have to use archivelink technology or basic DMS.

I've got the content server installed and configured in CSADMIN, and a Z repository created in OAC0, but don't know which objecttype and doctype to add at OAC3, (I've found BUS2012 and EKKO objects in references to purchase orders, but don't know which document type use).

Also need to create a link in a TOA* table, but don't know difference between TOA01, TOA02 and TOA03.

Dear experts, can you point me in the right direction?

Thank you in advance

Marc

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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2011 at 04:57 PM

    Hi,

    For Archivelink setup you will need to perform configurations in following sections

    Tcode OAC2 : Define workstation appliction for relevant object

    for eg: QMILETTER2 -> PDF

    Assign archivelink type create to the relevant objects in table TOAM_C using tcode SM30

    For eg.: BUS2078 QMOLETTER2 X A2

    Maintain link table entry for the object using OAC3.

    BUS2117 QMICERTPDF X A2 TOA01

    Additionallly maintain entry in tables TOADV and TOAAR. Link table entries.

    In case you are using Archivelink to store the documents no need to define any document type. HEre we will use standard Object link setting.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Deepak Kori

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