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More than one document owner

stephen_spalding
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Hello all,

I've got another question for you regarding EP 5, SP 5, KM 5.0. I have a user who was asking if it's possible to have more than one person receive a feedback notification in the recent notifications iview.

I understand that the person who receives this notification is listed as the owner of the document. I can change the owner of the document by going into Settings -> Properties -> Miscellaneous from the details dialog box for the document. I tried adding more than one username in the owner box by putting them in with a delimiter between them. I tried a comma and a semi-colon but neither work. I also tried creating an LDAP group with the users who I wanted to be the recipients of the feedback and put that group name in the owner box for the document, but that didn't work either.

Has anyone done this before? Any suggestions on how I can get this done?

Thanks!

-Stephen Spalding

Web Developer

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stephen_spalding
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Great! I'm glad that you're looking into this with me and look forward to your response (respectfully).

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Stephen,

Now I have a meeting, then I am goint to continue.

But you know, SAP told me that you can have more than one owner for document.

I am having the same error than you, when I enter two user separated (, or I have an error. In this field you can only enter one user not more one.

Patricio.

Former Member
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Stephen,

This field only allow me to enter an user, but between us in one oportunity SAP told me that a document can have more than one owner, until now two (creator and the owner that you entered).

If I can find a solution I will let you know that.

Patricio.

Former Member
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Stephen,

For this case SAP say:

Yes, it is possible. Normally the person who receive notification (for feedback, in this case) must be the document's owner.

When you need more one receiving it you must add this new owner in:

details\settings\properties\miscellaneous\

Patricio.

stephen_spalding
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Yes, I understand that I must go into details -> settings -> properties -> miscellaneous, but what do I put in the box labeled 'Owner'?

Let's say that I have three users that I want to have as the owners of a document. The users are user1, user2, and user3. What format would I use to put them into the owner box? Would it be:

user1, user2, user3

or would it be:

user1; user2; user3

I've tried putting them in both of those ways, but it did not work.

Former Member
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Stephen,

I tested it and it works fine. (EP 6.0 SPS13 Patch 3).

I am seeing that there is a problem when you want to add more than one user in this field.

I am going to investigate it.

Patricio