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problem with s000xxx account name

Hi,

Since SDN change the way to log-in, I cant login to SDN with my e.mai.l a.ccoun.t

Only I can login using the s000xxx number, I am register as SAP Partner.

But the problem is that this partner user number ir register with other person name (a co-worker);

My intention is not to change the account oss contact with SAP, but I want to use my name in this SDN profile.

It is possible somehow? in case of having to create a different user, can I transfer my history? (post, pointss, profile, etc)

thanks in advance,

regards,

Leandro

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    Posted on Aug 20, 2009 at 08:29 PM

    > My intention is not to change the account oss contact with SAP, but I want to use my name in this SDN profile.

    Ariela might be interested in this as well, particularly if you ask a question which she would have known the answer to 😊

    She or someone else using the account (or client certificate...) might also "go postal" oneday and the account is deleted. Then you both (all) loose everything.

    I would recommend creating your own personal account.

    As some of these posts / points / questions are presumably Ariela's or other's, I don't think that transfering all of them to your new account is a correct solution either...

    Cheers,

    Julius

    Edited by: Julius Bussche on Aug 20, 2009 10:30 PM

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  • Posted on Aug 20, 2009 at 06:25 PM

    > in case of having to create a different user, can I transfer my history? (post, points, profile, etc)

    Posts and points yes. Profile you'll have to do manually. After creating your new account send a request to sdn at sap dot com stating both old (206403) and new user id number and the request to transfer. Worked fine for me.

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