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Migrating CATIA data from one SAP system to another

Hi All,

My customer has acquired a company and they have SAP PLM integrated with CATIA at both place (Customer & acquired company).

We need to migrate all possible SAP Objects along with CATIA Data ( part, product, drawing etc.)

I have heard about UUID assigned by CATIA for each obejct and once object is migrated to diff location, it is treated as new object. Result is loosing links between Assembly & Party / Assembly & Drawing.

Any suggestion....?

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  • Posted on Jul 07, 2015 at 10:00 AM

    Hello Ravi

    MIgration can be done in two ways

    1. SAP to SAP system ( LSMW )

    2. Catia system to Catia system ( By this the part/assembly position is retained as original )

    The positional/rotational information will be controlled by Catia and has nothing to do with SAP.

    Then creating the link between for migrated data in SAP system and Catia system.

    I am not aware how both can be done at a time.

    Please keep posted , if you have any better solution from this.

    This is very much interesting .

    Cheers

    Satish

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  • Posted on Jul 10, 2015 at 12:34 PM

    Hi Ravi,

    This could be potential CAD Data migration project, and we can help you as subject experts pls do drop me an email [eMail address removed by moderator].

    regards

    Message was edited by: Jason Lax

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