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upgrade treasury module (4.6C) to erp 6.0


We will perform a technical upgrade from 4.6C to ERP 6.0. According to the information I get from the web, treasury functions have been modified a lot and need to perform data conversion and configuration changes (something like parallel valuation). Can anyone give me the steps required on this aspect or where to get this information ?

Our usage on treasury module (4.6C) is simple, just fixed-term deposit and loan transaction, no Foreign Exchange, Derivatives or Securities.

Edited by: michael lee on Jan 6, 2009 4:32 PM

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2009 at 05:28 PM


    Here is a link to SAP's Migration Guide for upgrading Treasury:

    This document contains general information for all Treasury upgrades as well as sections for specific versions (from and to versions). Make sure to read the general information and then find the section that applies to your upgrade and follow the steps.

    I found this guide invaluable when my company upgraded from 4.7 to ERP6.0 two years ago.

    Also, as your first step, you're going to want to take a look at SAP Note # 914585 - Converting to Release ERP2005. This is a composite note of all the correction notes needed for the TPM_MIGRATION transaction that you'll use as a part of the conversion. Depending on what support pack you're upgrading to, you may not need all of the notes.

    Hope this helps!


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      Thank for your answer. I think next step is to do the migration/customization and seek your advice when encountered problem. (actually just find another issue on erp 6.0, cash budget management no longer support, need to study the implementation on Liquidity Planner).


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