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Can anybody please explain about c folders.

thanks in advance.



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Whats ur exact requirement?

cFolders are the collaboration folders which can be used internally or externally(internet) to collaborate.Collaboration is like chatting/meeting/sharing documents etc.

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Hi Gaurav Garg,

In srm one T.code is there

bbp_cfolder that means redirect from c folders

i want the information about this T.code



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Source :SDN

There is separate forum is for cfolders and Cprojects.


cFolders & cProjects are a components of cProject suite which is used in an collaborative engineering & project management environment.

cFolders : cFolders is the Web-based collaboration platform for the PLM area. The application enables teams that work in product development in cross-enterprise scenarios to communicate and cooperate with each other. cFolders makes it possible for teams to exchange structured information as bills of material, data sheets, or customer-defined structures, for example. This approach improves the consistency of your data when communicating with external partners and suppliers which in turn reduces the duration of the project

Also ref cFolder for further info :

cProjects : In order to cope with the high demands of complex development and consulting projects on an enterprise, planning solutions are required that support progressive project management methods and therefore have a positive influence on project duration and quality. Furthermore, it is important to have tools that are easy to use and implement and that enable project participants to work together.

cProjects covers the whole range of project management activities, from planning and execution to the final stages of the project.

cProjects integrates cFolders for exchanging documents with external partners.

Also ref cProjects for further info :

Hope you find the above info useful.


Edited by: muthuraman on Aug 12, 2008 10:21 AM

Edited by: muthuraman on Aug 12, 2008 10:23 AM

Edited by: muthuraman on Aug 12, 2008 10:25 AM

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