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IS-A-WTY automotive warranty - upgrade from 4.6c to ecc 6.0 - questions

hello all,

we have an existing industry solution for automotive. we have changed a lot of the code for our needs. now, we are upgrading to ecc 6.0. i have noticed that there has been a lot of changes to the solution.

my question is, does anyone have any insight on all the changes that occurred to the existing system. i noticed, for example, that their are changes to classes that used to do the accoutning documents.

any information would be appreciated.

thanks.

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2009 at 03:36 PM

    moved question to automotive area.

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    Posted on May 22, 2009 at 03:39 PM

    Hi Erik,

    We recently started our ECC 6 upgrade as well. I have noticed some changes, but we do not use claims extensively. We customized the screen layout which remained, but the ABAP for PAI & PBO were affected in retaining data we pulled into the claim at creation via WTY. The claim engine (Action box) still works, change status still work.

    I did notice the IMG node for Warranty Claims processing under PM & CS (t-code OWTY) is missing in ECC 6 even though DIMP in the switch framework work is activate (SFW5). Do you have the config nodes in your IMG?

    Lloyd Whiting

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