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Connector for use with SAP ArchiveLink

Platform
OnBase
Product
Connector for use with SAP ArchiveLink
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

To configure the OLE Application protocol in SAP:

  1. Navigate to the OAA3 transaction.
  2. Double-click on the application protocol. A list of functions is displayed.

    There are two functions that require coding:

    • The Display Stored Document function must be configured to display documents using the Unity Client for use with SAP ArchiveLink, UnityPop, or DocPop.

    • The Archive from Frontend function must be configured to save a document in OnBase via the Unity Client for use with SAP ArchiveLink.

  3. Double-click the Display Stored Document function to configure its commands.
  4. In the Application field, enter the OLE application name that was created on the SOLE access screen. For example, SAPUNITY.
  5. In the first command line, enter DisplayDocument @AID,@DID. There is no space between @AID and @DID. Verify that the M option is selected next to the command.
    Recall that M = Method, S = Set, and G = Get. These settings are used to signify the code's function. Altogether, this command sends a DisplayDocument call to the Unity Client for use with SAP ArchiveLink, DocPop, or UnityPop to display the selected document. The @AID parameter stores the content repository ID while the @DID represents the SAP document ID.
  6. In the second command line, enter @EID=ErrorCode and select G. This command is to handle any errors.
  7. Click Back when finished to return to the list of functions. Note that the Status of the Display Stored Document function is now Maintained.
  8. Double-click the Archive from Frontend function to configure its commands.
  9. In the Application field, enter the OLE application name that was created in the SOLE access screen. In the previous example, SAPUNITY was used.
  10. In the first command line, enter StoreDocument @AID. Verify that M is selected next to the command.
  11. In the second command line, enter @EID=ErrorCode and select G.
  12. In the third command line, enter @DID=LastSAPDocumentID and select G.
    These commands call the Unity Client for use with SAP ArchiveLink to archive a document into OnBase.
  13. Click Back when finished to return to the list of functions.
  14. Click the Save button or press Ctrl + S to save the changes to functions.
  15. Next, the SAP document classes must be attached to the protocol functions. Click the Back button twice to navigate to the ArchiveLink Protocols: Overview of Protocol screen.
  16. Depending on whether you want to use DocPop, UnityPop, or the Unity Client for use with SAP ArchiveLink, you must complete different configuration steps.