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Upgrade from 46c to ECC

Hi,

Can you please explain me the complete procedure to be followed and precautions to be taken for upgrading SPAU(program,func groups,data elements,tables,structures, etc) objects, SPDD objects and custom objects(programs,func grps etc..) from 4.6c to ECC version.

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2007 at 05:12 AM

    Hi ,

    The Precautions are .

    1 .SPDD transaction should be executed 14 days before the upgrade .

    2 .SPAU transcation should be executed after the Upgrade.

    3 .Maximum error in SPAU can be resolved using Basis and Function Consultant support .

    4 Maximum errors are in BDC,Sapscript ,Userexits which deal with standrad transaction .

    5 .Also take care about The Unicode errors.

    6 .For Unicode Use Transaction UCCHECK and SCOV.

    Please reward if useful .

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 03:05 PM

    Hi There,

    SPDD <b><u>must</u></b> be done before SPAU.

    SPDD can be done during the upgrade - I don't know where you are at with the upgrade process, I think its done just before the Re-Gen of all programs - but SPDD can be done afterwards. We did SPDD after the upgrade was finished, you just need to be careful and not allow anyone, including BA's onto the system before you adjust object in SPDD. Tackle objects like Domains then Data Elements, then work you way up to structures etc. When you are completely finished in SPDD you can start on SPAU.

    Hope this helps

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    Conor O'Neill

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