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Field to Field mapping from Oracle to SAP


We are in transition from Oracle ERP to SAP.

Has someone involved in similar transition before. If so, could you please guide where i can get technical field mapping from oracle to SAP.

Thanks in Advance!



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  • Posted on Aug 26, 2015 at 09:58 PM

    Hi Kevin,

    Are you using the Rapid Data Migration package?



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    • i would not wait to get something delivered , I even doubt it can help you. it probably just wastes your time,
      i am in the 6th SAP system merger, and it is even problematic to use the field mapping from the last project. as the target sysem has developed further and some fields that were important in the earlier projects are not more used or have moved from Z-filds into classification. the source systems all had SAP, they all belong to our own environment, but all are differently setup for their specific purpose, which was important when they got implemented, but is no longer with the consolidation.

      i expect that oracle systems are quite simiar in their diversity. hence a mapping from a stranger was good for the srangers system but can completely be off in your particular case.

      field mapping is the important task, abd this is done in our projects with about 5 half day meetings, before even somebody starts to get a hand on SAP migration tool.

      You have to know how your design in SAP is, and you have to find out how the fields in the legacy system got used, if you have some that can be mapped, or if they did not have this functionality and the fields at all. or if they had fields and functions which might not be supported in SAP.

      Plan your meetings, prepare a field list of source and target system, get the experts together, go through the lists field by field.

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