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SEAL Content Library Services for SAP & Hitachi Content Platform

SEAL Content Library Services for SAP is a SEAL module that provides an interface to the SAP system (SAP ECC), which is based on SAP's standard HTTP Content Server interface (former ArchiveLink).


  • Archive data files and print lists from any SAP business suite application to SEAL unified records repository in order to reduce SAP database footprint, improving the overall performance of SAP and freeing up additional disk space on the SAP system;
  • Enable SAP users to easily access and display documents that are now stored in SEAL repository via SAP user interface or SEAL user interface (web and also mobile apps for iOS and Android).

Technical summary

  • Integrates SEAL unified records repository with SAP NetWeaver based on the SAP HTTP Content Server interface. SEAL implements this interface, exposing the methods required by SAP to store the documents in SEAL;
  • SEAL delivers the SAP connector using SAP standard technologies: the connector uses SAP RFC protocol to call SAP functions and retrieve business objects attributes for each archived or linked document.

SEAL & Hitachi Content Platform – end-to-end solution to enhance SAP environments

  • SEAL is tightly integrated with Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) – a top object storage provided by Hitachi Data Systems;
  • SEAL leverage Hitachi Content Platform key features (WORM storage, single instance, strong metadata management, back-up free storage, advanced retention, multi-tenancy and namespaces) and use it as an intelligent distributed object storage system to deliver the best functionalities for SAP environments;
  • With HCP used as the storage target, SEAL provides a secure and scalable universal content repository for SAP content with powerful but simple user interface for non-IT / business users.

SAP Data Archiving in SEAL

SEAL Content Library Services enables saving ADK based archive files into a secure repository, built on top of HCP storage platform.

  • Resolve SAP storage space and performance problems caused by large volumes of old transaction data;
  • Enable organizations to meet legal regulations in terms of data storage;
  • Enables retention policies and controlled disposal.

SAP Print Lists Archiving

  • Print lists can be stored in SEAL through HTTP Content Server implementation;
  • Additional fields are retrieved from SAP TOADL table.

View and Share SAP documents from SEAL user interface:

Search in SEAL by SAP attributes:

About SEAL

SEAL is:

  • Unified Archive: Integrated system for Enterprise Unified Archive; Unified Content Repository - storing, searching and retrieving, navigation and security, viewing, sharing, classification, flexible metadata;
  • Records Management: Enterprise Records Management System – retention management, file plan, controlled disposal and updates, advanced audit;
  • Hybrid Archive: End-to-end system for Hybrid Archives Management - unified management of paper and electronic archives.


Key Differentiators:

  1. Competitive Pricing: Competitive pricing vs. traditional DMS/ECM platforms.
  2. Open - Ready to Integrate: Own Rest API; Using CMIS 1.1 open standard all the managed content is accessible in non-proprietary format from any system or mobile device.
  3. Dynamic adaptive data model (user self-service): User-defined metadata schemas – dynamic adaptive data model for “IT independent” information governance; Dynamic indexing schema.
  4. Strong content ingestion capabilities (files and metadata, document scanning and indexing, PST and emails from MS Exchange) with uniquely flexible data management features.
  5. Embedded internal viewer for documents: View PDFs, scanned images, Microsoft Word docs directly from SEAL; Web based and optimized for viewing large scans.
  6. Included document scanning with OCR: Embedded powerful document scanning (StarCapture Desktop) with unlimited OCR and automatic learning.
  7. Digital signatures: Long-term archiving with integrated tools to sign, view, and use qualified certificates for digital signatures in order to build and manage a compliant electronic archive.
  8. Perspectives - metadata-based browsing: Efficiently browsing capabilities with unlimited hierarchical navigational views over the stored content with metadata driven views of documents (perspectives).
  9. Powerful and flexible security rules: Built-in user management or integration with LDAP authentication; Security enforcement by multiple algorithms: access control lists, policies, security / classification levels; Dynamic Security - powerful and flexible security rules based on metadata; Content encryption using AES.
  10. Document Collections - secured content sharing: Ability to define specific set of information based on specific needs (document collections) with advanced sharing capabilities (inside and outside the organization) while keeping information governance & control (the content doesn’t leave the repository). In terms of security SEAL provides more than just control lists (time-boxed security, dynamic security).
  11. Designed for Cloud & Mobility: Designed for Cloud and SaaS providers with multi-tenancy capabilities; With its own mobile application for iOS and Android, the users have the ability to easily view content using a variety of devices such as laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.
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