What profile do you use for publishing?
I created a 'test' profile containing all of the following:
Publisher Export Profile
Created by SHAETO on 23.09.2009
Use print scale:
Black and white:
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System attribute 'Link 1': Yes
System attribute 'Link 2': Yes
System attribute 'Link 3': Yes
System attribute 'Link 4': Yes
User attribute 'Link 1': Yes
E-mail address: Yes
Home page: Yes
User attribute 'Link 2': Yes
User attribute 'Link 3': Yes
User attribute 'Link 4': Yes
User attribute 'Link 5': Yes
User attribute 'Link 6': Yes
SAP user attribute 'Link 1': Yes
SAP user attribute 'Link 2': Yes
SAP user attribute 'Link 3': Yes
SAP user attribute 'Link 4': Yes
SAP user attribute 'Link 5': Yes
Reference (link): Yes
System attribute 'DMS link 1': Yes
System attribute 'DMS link 2': Yes
System attribute 'DMS link 3': Yes
System attribute 'DMS link 4': Yes
Temporary file names:
Then I used the "System attribute 'Link 1" to insert the path where the PDF is kept.
Moreover I discovered something. As I am also our MS SharePoint Admin, I created a library in SharePoint where I kept all the PDF. Strange enough when I call for the PDF from ABP, the right document is displayed. Meaning there must be something wrong with the repository where I kept the PDF before. But what I see strange is that the folder in which I kept the PDF at start, is a shared one with full access to 'Everybody'.
Thanks for your help.
Thanks for your
Since you are publishing with "yes" in the "copy document" parameter, the system will transfer your PDF file to the same area as the Business Publisher Data. You probably have no access rights to that area. Now you have 2 options:
1 - Establish the correct rights for the Business Publisher Data area or
2- Set the parameter in the profile to "no" and the system will access the PDF from the original lopcation.
Hope this helps.
Many thanks for those valuable tips :).
I shall try the above.
This topic was very useful, thanks!