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After implementing SAP Notes 1560955 and 1451769 (in sequence) and doing the manual ABAP Activities as per the notes, we are able to see the file name and the fields of ‘Creator Name’ & ‘Time created’ gets populated with respective data.

However, when we change the ‘Title’ of the attached file from transaction OAER the changes does not reflect in the GOS list.

Files are created using Store Business Document (SBD) in GOS.

Transaction PA30 –> Enter empoyee ID –> Click on the GOS Button –> Create –> Store business document.

Create using SBD.jpg

The list of all the attachments can be displayed via: Transaction PA30 –> Enter empoyee ID –> Click on the GOS Button –> Attachment List

List Display.jpg

Screen shot of the list before implementing the SAP notes 1560955 and 1451769

before Note.jpg

Screen shot of the list after implementing the SAP notes 1560955 and 1451769

After Note.jpg

ISSUE : We want to change the ‘Title’ of the attached doc. 

Although through transaction OAER we are able change the title but it does not reflects in the GOS list (in the screen shot shown above, after the notes have been applied).

Suppose we want to change the title of the first attachment from “Book IMDM” to “SAP Press Book”. We go to transaction OAEM and do this

OAER.jpgChange Title.jpgChanged Title.jpg

Even after we change the Title the GOS List does not displays this change.

SOLUTION: You need to create an implicit enhancement in standard SAP Program LSDCLF08 at the end of routine        phio_header_update

ENHANCEMENT Z_DMS_ARCHIVE_LINK_DESCRIPTION.    “active version

IF u_subrc = 0.
TRY.

UPDATE TOAAT
SET DESCR = u_headerdescript WHERE ARC_DOC_ID = U_HEADERPROP08.

CATCH cx_sy_dynamic_osql_error.

MESSAGE ‘ATG Error in update!’ TYPE ‘I’.

ENDTRY.

ENDIF.

ENDENHANCEMENT.


Once this enhancement is implemented and activated, go to transaction OAER and change the title. The change will now show in GOS List.

Transaction PA30 –> Enter empoyee ID –> Click on the GOS Button –> Attachment List

After enhancement.jpg

Regards,

Firoz Ashraf.

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