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Transferring Internet user information from 2.0c to 4.0

Hi all,

We are currently moving from 2.0c to 4.0 on a fresh install, not an upgrade, and we wish to get all our internet user information to our new system. This probably means uploading/transferring all BP-ContactPerson-SystemUser information from our 2.0c box to our 4.0 one. Anyone has suggestions on how this should be done? Tables to be used?

Thanks for your help,

Pat

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2005 at 09:47 PM

    Hi everyone,

    Anybody with suggestions?

    Thanks,

    Pat

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2005 at 05:58 PM

    Hi,

    you have a couple of possibilities to load up the information in the CRM 4.0 system (lsmw, xif, bapi, ...), but I can't remember much of the 2.0c system. Does it have an active XIF?

    Could you check you system to see whether function modules CRMXIF* are available?

    Michael.

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      Thanks Michael,

      CRM 2.0c does not have CRMXIF* functions unfortunetly.

      We want our business partners to use the same passwords for in our 4.0 B2B shop as the ones they are using in 2.0c. I guess we can transfer information from table USR02/USR01, but passwords are encrypted. How we would do this using LSMW or BAPI's? Any suggestions?

      Pat

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