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Non-unicode to Unicode conversion in ECC 6.0

hello friends,

WE have ECC 6.0 at our location , it was upgraded from 4.7 to Ecc 6.0, but it is in non-unicode format , just we have to convert that thing to unicode , for that we have seen that we can export the data from current non-unicode system by SAPINST and import that data to another ECC 6.0 unicode system by using SAPINST .

i bit confuised that which oprn from SAPINST i have to select to export the data and which option to be select from SAPINST to import the data so pls can anybody help me regarding the same.

Regards

Anil

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  • Jul 11, 2007 at 10:33 AM

    Hi Anil,

    see the following links about Unicode Conversion Roadmaps and Conversion Guides:

    http://service.sap.com/unicode

    http://service.sap.com/unicode@sap

    Best regards,

    Elmar.

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    • > Go for the exact document which u need. Code page

      > 4100 is common for Unicode conversion....

      4100? No - 4102 or 4103 are the correct ones - depending on processor and operating system (endianess). See

      Note 552464 - What is Big Endian / Little Endian? What Endian do I have?

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