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Migration Key Wrong

Hello,

I am trying a test unicode conversion and migration from Win 2003 to Linux .

Source : Windows 2003 , Oracle 10g , ECC 6 Kernel 700 , Non unicode

Tareget : Suse Linux , Oracle 11g , ECC 6 , now using SWPM to Import with kernel 721 EXT , Unicode

Please help.

Raghu

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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2014 at 07:21 AM

    Hi Raghu

    1. I think you type the key upper & lower case It is a k sensitive

    2. Could you refer the SAP Note 1519000 - ERROR: invalid migration key


    BR

    SS

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2014 at 08:29 AM

    You can check the below note:

    1768158 - System Copy of Systems Based on SAP NW 7.0 / 7.0 EHP 1-3

    ABAP import fails with 'invalid migration key'

    regards,

    pavan

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2014 at 12:15 PM

    Thank you all.

    Issue is resolved now .

    @Sriram - even after proriving 700 kernel , I was getting same error .

    So finally I patched my DB to 10.2.0.5 and upgraded kernel to 721 Non unicode and took a new export.

    Import phase used oracle 11.2 and kernel 721 Unicode Linux Version.

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    It worked for me 😊

    Thanks,

    Raghu

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