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Storage repository for GOS attachments (from SAP ESS - FITV)

Hi experts,

My client is planning to use an external repository to save GOS attachments (attachments saved in travel expenses in SAP Portal). These attachments are submitted throught the web (SAP Portal - ESS) so I am asking if you know an ideal solution that would fit our requirement... I mean we cannot use any client-server application because it wouldn't if we are using a browser to attach or read a document.

They are currently using SAPERION for other SAP processes and applications, so do you know if it works setting up this external repository?

Do you have any hints or suggestions you would recommend me to use?

We are using ECC 6 (EhP4) and SAP Portal 7.

Thanks in advance.

Best Regards,

AS

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    Posted on Nov 05, 2012 at 08:15 PM

    530792 Storing documents in the generic object services

    389366 Relocation of documents

    i have seen many customers use open text repository or archivelink


    This is the preferred method of storage for documents. I.e. set up documents, link them to a repository ID and then store them in Documentum

    https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/SI/Frequently+asked+questions+abou

    t+Generic+Object+Services+%28GOS%29

    Also, In EHP6, there is an option called business document in attachment which is not there in EHp4, so i dont think you can use this in EHp4?

    just verify

    it can be added in backend however

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