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Adding receipt attachment functionality in ESS

Hi All,

I have been asked to look at document attachment in ESS for travel expenses. I have ready through many google posts and cant seem to find a straight answer on whether it is possible at our level, or an implimentation guide.

We are currently on EHP3, ECC 6.0, on SP23.

What need is functionality for the user to be able to see an upload link when creating their expenses claim. They should then be able to attach a document to prove their expenses.

Can anyone offer and advice?

Many thanks

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    Posted on May 01, 2012 at 03:59 PM

    Hi Iain,

    You will need to configure Archive link configurations for your Business Object (travel application component) . What does it mean is from the UI perspective user will select the required receipt and click upload attachment button and then the uploaded attachment will be stored in underlying repository.

    Once user upload the attachment , I think you have to store in already created repository. There are some configurations needs to be done.

    1. make use of out of the box ECC fm's to create archive file and attach.

    2. define content repository - usually done by basis

    3. Define attachments type - transaction OAC2

    4. OAC3 - transaction to maintain links for your business object and uploaded receipt attachment.



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