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Migration of old system with new version and 64bit hardware

HI Sapguru's,

Our req: Build New CRM system with all latest version of software & 64 bit hardware. Details mentioned below.

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Old System:

CRM 4.0 ABAP System

win 2003

Oracle 9i

non-unicode

32 bit hardware

New System( which i want to build):

CRM 5.2 (rampup version) ABAP+JAVA

win 2003

Oracle 10g

Unicode

64 bit hardware

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Above mentioned is an new requirement for us.

Our Plan:

1. Old system -Conversion from non-unicode to Unicode system

2. Old system - System copy export method for create exports

3. Build New system with new unicode version(5.2) with Old system exports

Questions to Sapguru's:

1. Our plan will work or not?

a. If Yes - give me the guidelines ,Notes ,documentation paths

b. If No - Please provide your opinions/advices

2. 32 bit exports will work on 64 bit hardware SAP system?

Thanks Advance.

Regards,

Ramu,

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 11:09 PM

    > 1. Old system -Conversion from non-unicode to Unicode

    > system

    > 2. Old system - System copy export method for create

    > exports

    > 3. Build New system with new unicode version(5.2)

    > with Old system exports

    You can omit step 2, the Unicode conversion is an export/import method.

    So

    1. Prepare and export your non-unicode system

    2. Build new system with the export

    (3. Upgrade to CRM 5.2)

    The exports themselves are bitness independent so you can import them into your target system.

    Just use the normal Unicode conversion guide to prepare and export the system, then use that export to build up the new system.

    --

    Markus

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