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Problem with adding images in Product Catalog (Internet Sales R/3 Edition)

Hello.

I have a problem: Iu2019m trying to set up u2018Internet Salesu2019 to display images in the product catalog. Iu2019m trying to follow the instructions in [help.sap|http:// help.sap.com/saphelp_crm40/helpdata/en/34/438a8ec2f8214a93c34d8dfcf62221/content.htm]

Unfortunately, it seems Iu2019m doing something wrong since I have not managed to make images appear in the catalog. I believe the problem is in the Document Management (DMS) customization, more specifically in the u201CDefine Data Carrieru201D step (trans. DC20). What should I do with the following?

u2022 Define data carrier type u201Cserver, front endu201D

At the moment I have done the following:

o I have defined a new u201CType (data carr.type)u201D ZD and activated the flag u201COnlineu201D

o For u201Cdata carr.typeu201D ZD I have completed the step u201CIdentify frontend computersu201D: The u201CFrontendComputeru201D is Default with u201CNetw. Addressu201D DEFAULT

o I have, also, completed the step u201CDefine servers and files or foldersu201D: a new entry with u201CData Carrieru201D Y3 and u201CTypeu201D ZD has been defined.

u2022 Define mount points / logical drive

At the moment I have done the following:

o I have defined a new entry with u201CData carrieru201D Y3 and u201CTypeu201D ZD.

The images can be accessed using URIs of the form http://sapeshopdev.xxxxxxxx.gr:50000/images/title.gif

All of them will be found under the same images folder. What path should I use and where in DC20? Should I provide the value u201Chttp://sapeshopdev.xxxxxxxx.gr:50000/images/u201D to the u201CPathu201D field in Define data carrier type u201Cserver, front endu201D or should I provide that value to the field u201CPrefix for access pathu201D in the Define mount points / logical drive???

Also, which path should I use in XCM configuration for image server??? The same as in DC20?

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