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How are Originals related operations performed in PLM WUI Documents?
1 When displaying an original in PLM WUI Documents, it will be downloaded to the path specified in the field 'File Path' in the section 'Originals' of the Document Info Record, whereas SAP DMS downloads the file to the path specified in DC20 customizing for a given data carrier (Example 'PC' etc.)
2 As mentioned in point 2 above, instead of the ECL viewer (in SAP DMS) PLM WUI Documents uses Visual Enterprise Viewer maintained via the DC30 customizing. Thus, it is not possible to maintain two programs to be used for a given workstation application type for a given data carrier (Example 'PC'). For example, it is not possible to maintain customizing if you want to use Viewer A with Workstation application type XXX in SAP DMS and Viewer B for the same Workstation application type in PLM WUI Documents without using a different Data Carrier.
3 The entry %VIEWER-CONTROL% %SAPPROVIS% has to be maintained in transaction DC30 for a given workstation application type to use Visual Enterprise Viewer.
4 Redlining option in PLM WUI with the Visual Enteprise Viewer is supported from PLM WUI 7.01 (Ehp5) onwards.
5 As PLM WUI Documents works along side the ACF delivered as part of Netweaver, the whitelist/certificate configurations have to be done in order to perform operations related to file upload/download, check-in/check-out etc. Refer to the OSS note 1813816 for FAQ on PLM WUI Documents and ACF usage, Whitelist/Certificate configuration and Installation.
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