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Not able to View Files attached to MB03 via SAP archive Link

MangeshP
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Hello Friends

I am working on the Attaching Document via SAP Archive link to Goods Receipts.

The Object is " MKPF" and I have created New Document Type* "ZMMIGR"* and linked it to MKPF and Content Repository.

I have used TOA01 for Link table.

Steps I have done

1. Define Content Repository "ZM"

2. Edit Document Types "ZMMIGR"

3. Edit Links "MKPF - ZMMIGR-ZM-TOA01

4. Assign Document to Workflow - ZMMIGR-MKPF-TS30001117

My SAP Archive link scenario is "Assign and Store"

I am able to assign document through Transaction code "OAWD"

It ask for Material Document Number. It give me succes message.

But when I go to MB03>Overview>Environment > Application>Display

It gives me message

SAP ArchiveLink: No stored document found

Message no. OA012

Diagnosis

There is no link in the SAP ArchiveLink link tables between the calling business object/object and the stored documents.

A stored document object has not yet been assigned.

As per above message I have check the link table configurations

Object Type Document Type Cont Rep Link

*MKPF - ZMMIGR - X - ZM - TOA01 - 0 *

I am able to see the Attached document Through Transaction *"OA_FIND" *but not through MB03.

Request you to help me if I am missing something.

With Regards

Mangesh Pande

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MangeshP
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Thanks ravindra

Thanks friends

Former Member
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Hi Mangesh,

The documents are not getting linked to the Good receipt object. In standrad environment also it's not feasible.

You need to add this object in object list. Please check and revert on this solution.

Open or go to the objects table and see whether this object is visible or not? if not try to add it.

I hope this will be more helpful.

BR,

Ravindra

MangeshP
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Hi Ravindra

Thanks for you prompt Reply.

Can you please elaborate. I have not understood.

With Regards

Mangesh Pande