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TCode set for ECC6.0 compared to 4.7

Hi All, I'm starting to investigate the differences between 4.7 and ECC.60 (and ECC 5.0), I have been through the release notes and did not find a list of new and replaced TCodes like I have found in prior upgrades. I Can anyone help me get the comparative list?

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2007 at 06:55 AM

    All the enhancements in the t-codes are taken care by sap in the latest version and as a result it provides a note on the execution of the legacy t-code...

    I can give you a example of one t-code-- diff 4.7 to ecc 6.0

    J2IU is obselete & only J2IUN is adviced... and supported by sap in ECC 6.0

    So its better to use solution browser to find the enhancements from ur legacy to target wherein only the functional enhancements are listed...

    Regds

    Karthik

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      Thanks for the reply, but is there another method besides looking at message text to find a consolidated list on replaced TCodes? The solution browser only takes you to the functionality level, but no further. I'll keep looking anyway maybe TSTC by functional area my be the easiest way.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 06:59 AM

    As far as I know SAP is not supporting MB transactions, i.e. like MB1A, MB1B........., as SAP recommends on using Enjoy SAP transactions MIGO for all of such transactions.

    Hope this helps you.

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      > As far as I know SAP is not supporting MB

      > transactions, i.e. like MB1A, MB1B........., as SAP

      > recommends on using Enjoy SAP transactions MIGO for

      > all of such transactions.

      > Hope this helps you.

      Thank you for your support!

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