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Migrate DATAARCH repository

Hello consultant:

We are executing different migration projects.
We need migrate dataarch repository because we are migrating content
server and opentext server
We have no problem with archivelink repositories ( we have executed
this migration with report ZMIGRATE_ARCHIVELINK_FILES ,and
But we have problems if we try migrate DATAARCH repositories.

The ZMIGRATE_ARCHIVELINK_FILES report is only for ArchiveLink
repositories and when we are executing RSCMSEX we have following issues:
Message 707: (SAPKPROTP Error: No final status code received atend of

Are there other report for execute this type migration(DATAARCH

Thank you very much
Best Regards

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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2013 at 09:02 AM

    Hi Daniel,

    Please check

    sap note :

    Note 865561



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  • Posted on Aug 28, 2013 at 08:36 AM

    Hello Daniel,

    there is no standard solution provided by SAP for migrating archive files within the ADK environment from one content repository to another. (Note #11 applies.)

    But you can give a try copying the files with the FM SCMS_AO_COPY and updating the fields CREP and ARCH_DOCID in table ADMI_FILES. But I have to note, that this is not a standard solution. The mentioned FM is a not released one and modifying the table ADMI_FILES is also not supported if any error occours.

    Best regards,


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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2016 at 06:36 AM


    the sap note with Report the Report zmigrate_archivelink_files is currently not released?

    Could you send me the source code of this Report, provided in the past from SAP over the note above?



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