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Copy problem personal number

Hello experts,

i have a strange problem with our TDMS4HCM scenario.

If I try to copy a personal number (without scrambling) for example 1234567 to our

destination system, it always generates a completely new pesonalnumber.

Example:

Personal number source: 123456

Personal number destination: 1

Any idea how I can configure tdms to overwritte existing personal number without creation a new one.

Many Thanks

Marco

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 11:50 AM

    Hello Marco,

    Before transferring the data, execute activity 'Transfer Selection Criteria' in the process tree monitor.

    You get a screen with title ' Transfer Program for PD Data'.

    In the lower part of the screen, go to 'PD Delete and Target Options' and in the screen area of 'Target Options', Select the radio button with text 'Transfer 1:1 without change ( must be in range)'.

    If you do the above settings, and do the data transfer, the pernr would not be changed.

    If at all the same pernr exists in the destination system, it deletes the data related to the existing pernr and loads the data of the transferred pernr.

    Regards,

    Prasanth

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