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MSS Employee Search brings back Japanese direct reports' last name in Romaji

Employee search in MSS for a US manager brings back Japanese direct reports' last name in Romaji.

It must be a query somewhere pulling the Romaji field. Can someone please tell me the exact query?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2013 at 10:12 PM

    Check OADP settings.

    cheers

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    • Former Member Qiong He

      if i were you there are two ways to decide on what to do:

      1. get a techie and debug the application to pin point what is causing this issue. there is a way to do it trust me,... I knew it ince but now I forgot,... it could eithe rbe a data issue ir it could be a problem with sap st oadp.

      2. if it is a data issue --> simple fix it.

      3. if not, replicate the problem in your test environment,.. get sap to fix it. I am assuming it is a data issue as oadp by sap is a pretty mature application and is stable,.... but then again I dont know your sap system right?

      cheers

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2013 at 01:16 AM

    Hi Qiong, it is not clarified. Can you please specify it, in more details?

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  • Posted on Sep 05, 2013 at 01:11 PM

    We decided to blank out the Romaji last name and Romaji first name under "personal data" section. We will store Japanese characters in Romaji field under "Koseki" section. The other way to store Japanese names is IT0182.

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