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Hi All,

In our project there are two separate R/3 systems. On one product safety module of EH&S (version 4.6C) is present and other SAP R/3 (version4.7) is having all the business functionality installed. Now we want to consolidate the data on 4.7 R/3 instance.

For this activity, one idea is to replicate all the customizing form the EH&S system to R/3 system and transfer the master data like specification master, phrases and reports to R/3.

<b>Now, as the volume of specifications, phrases and all is huge wanted to know if some one has any idea on how it can be transferred.

Can it be done like – sending the data form EH&S system using IDOCS (for example message type SUBMAS for specifications) and then posting this specification data in R/3 using inbound IDOC.</b>

Please validate / correct the approach which I am thinking of. If approach is good, want to know how to send the data from the EH&S system.

Request your guidance on this.

Thanks,

Vithalprasad

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 12:04 PM

    Hi Vithalprasad,

    you have 2 options to migrate your data. In both cases you have align the customizing first. After this you can either use ALE to transfer the data or you use the import / export functionality in EH&S. Without knowing your data, I would recommend the 2nd solution, because you don't have to config an ALE scenario.

    Regards, Marco

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