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Upgrade from SQL 2000 to 2005

In our test environment, we are on 2005 SP01 PL34, and are

upgrading SQL Enterprise Edition from the 2000 to the 2005 SP2 edition.

The SQL upgrade advisor has given some error messages

in relation to SAP tables, as per below. Should we be concerned about

these, or will they have any effect on upgrading from SAP B1 2005 to

2007 versions?

Remove references to undocumented system tables

Many system tables that were undocumented in prior releases have changed or no longer exist; therefore, using these tables may cause errors after upgrading to SQL server 2005.

Affected tables

Object Name : TmSP_GetDbSizeByDrives

Object Type : P

System Table : spt_value

Object Name : TmSP_CheckDiskSpace

The above messages point to SAP stored procedures.

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 07:00 AM

    I believe all those SP are temporary SP for you previous upgrade. Therefore. it should be no problem to upgrade your test database first. You have to back up the pre upgrade database anyway, you should be safe.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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