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Upgrade issues from 4.6C to ECC 6-- custom programs

Hello,

We are in the middle of upgrade. Most of our custom programs are non unicode enabled and our new system is non-unicode. But predictably the complier is giving unicode related errors like -- a structure pointing to a deep structure using like statement and others. The unicode check flag is not set in the attributes of the program. Has anybody encountered similar errors and how did you resolve it? We do not want to change our custom programs to make them unicode compliant. That's not in our project plan! Please advise. Thank you.

Kshitij

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2006 at 06:18 AM

    hi,

    unicode concerned will only be warnings

    u don't have to resolve unless ur clients requests

    check in the client provided guide lines whether unicode

    should be resolved

    b'coz when i worked it was out of scope from ur client view.it will not affect any process also

    regards

    soorya

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    • Former Member

      Hello,

      These are not warnings but hard errors. They are all related to unicode. We are not an unicode system and the attributes section of the custom programs have a blank in the "Unicode checks active" line, but still the compiler is checking for unicode compliance. We just don't want to spend our time fixing this issues -- it was not in our project plan to begin with.

      Kshitij

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