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OAAD : ActiveLink: Stored Documnets

Hi,

User has to execute this tcode OAAD, and some documents of an employee has to be deleted.

And user is unable to see the employees as well.

To have this tcode access and to delete the documents of an employee, what role of the user we need to check?

And how to proceed?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2013 at 12:35 PM

    Actually no need to find the role for this.

    what you can do is, use t-code OAAD and type /nSU53 in the transaction.then system will give the missing authorization to achive this transacetion.

    system will highlight all missing authorization like authorization object , authorization fielld and authorization profile.

    so u can ask basis consultant to provide those authorization. then u will be able to access it.

    Regards,

    Dinesh

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 16, 2013 at 04:39 PM

    Hey Winster,

    Are you talking about photos, those were assigned against employee ID (PERNR) ? or any other ?

    the documents uploaded from OAAD, will be stored in Content Repository, which was defined by Basis people.

    As per my knowledge photographs uploaded from OAAD will be stored in content repository "MIME".

    You can access MIME from t-code: csadmin. or else check with Basis team.

    Refer below link for further information:

    http://www.sd-solutions.com/SAP-HR-Employee-Photos-v4.7.html

    with best regards,

    Srikanth Naidu. Akula

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