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SHarepoint as SAP Content Server Configuration

Actually this message is for Espen Leknes because I have read something from him i another message but if you guys know about this, all will be wellcome !!!!!!!

This is Andrea, Basis COnsultant. I am writing to you because I was reading lot of messages in SAP SDN regarding DMS and SAP Content Server.

I saw you have participated in lot of messages. I am specially interested in one of them which is about Sharepoint.

The customer I am working in would like to use Sharepoint as global Content Server and I would like to configure Sharepoint as SAP Content Server in order to save documents and attach them to sap objects (scanned invoices, manuals, cad drawings, etc)

I know it is not possible since Sharepoint is not SAP certified and http inteface from SAP (archivelink) does not work with this product.

I have read about Inet.DM and thinks like this.

I read you have configured SHarepoint as WebDav. In some post you have written:

Hi guys,

There is a third way, where you end up using Sharepoint as your content server

1. COnfigure a content server to use file storage

2. COnfigure the file area for webdav

3. The webdav is the sharepoint webdav

Voila, you are using sharepoint as your content server.

Why the heck you would do that is beyond me, but it works.

Ok, the question is:

I am using ECC60 and I dont have file storage option.

Is is possible to explain this again or sent me screenshots os OAC0 ?? It would be very useful.

Thanks so much in advance for this.

Andrea

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