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Chines Characters are not visible in the Attribute of Master data Info Object

Hi Experts,

We have a attribute Contact Name (KNVK.NAME1) attribute of 0CUSTOMER. We are able to load data from ECC to BW Data Source & in PSA we are able to see Chinese data. But when trying to load from PSA to Master data attribute, the Chinese characters are getting replaced with Space.


In the field routine of KNVK.NAME1 we are comparing the Text to the allowed characters in RSKC.

Please provide your inputs.



Best Regards,

Abhimanyu.





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  • Posted on May 21, 2015 at 11:43 AM

    Hi Sharma,

    In BW you saying datasource available data Chines language,

    In Datasouce its maintiain RAW data so what data availble in source level its store in Datasouce level

    and system not generated any SID's on data.

    Coming BW system not allowed special charastics if you maintian

    @Ç%&/()?`ÖÄ$ÜÉÀ£ÈðØÑÓÍÓ[]Â|{}+-.*= its allwoed samething RSKC,

    So before login Please try to login CHINES language.

    Try it once.

    Thanks,

    Ram's

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  • Posted on May 21, 2015 at 11:47 AM

    Hello Abhimanyu,

    If its maintained in RSKC, try to manually maintain the same data in the attribute. If the system allows you to save it then your coding is giving you the problem.

    If data is not getting saved means I think that language has to be installed in the system.

    Regards

    Gajesh


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  • Posted on May 21, 2015 at 12:05 PM

    Hi Abhimanu,

    Chinese language should be installed on system and except this, that character should be permitted in RSKC. I think you are getting space because of field routine. So please check it.

    Thanks,

    Swapna Jain

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