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AFAIK, it's no longer possible to comment within the "Document Comment eXchange", as the required login isn't supported anymore.

So, how do I make suggestions for improvements in the current documentation in the SAP Help Portal? Just by means of the "Feedback" button? - I just tried that but there's just a small text box, not suited for providing any formatted code, links or the like, and there's no further hint that any feedback was provided...

asked 29 Oct '21, 02:48

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edited 29 Oct '21, 02:49


There is a Lock icon in the upper right corner. Once logged in, there is a "message balloon" icon on the right side ( that opens the Comments. The Comments edit box can be expanded manually in size with the drag on the lower right of the box.

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answered 29 Oct '21, 09:18

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Yes, that's what I tried. (The "message balloon" looks like an "Upvoting hand" in my case.)

But it's still just plain text, and no hint whether I or anyone else have already commented on that topic, right? - If so, it's just way less helpful than DCX comments (have been...).

(29 Oct '21, 10:33) Volker Barth
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