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How to upload XML file (UN Regulation updates) in SAP EHS


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Can any one tell me the process Step in uploading the Xml file in SAP EHS

I have successful upload the .dat format UN Updates file in SAP EHS with T code CG33

I tried to convert the XML TO .DAT and then upload but failed.

I also open XML File & copy all the data and paste in the note pad and try to upload but again fail as the error ( Please see the attachement )

When i am uploading .dat its worling

When i am uploading Xml its shows error ( Even after converting xml to .dat file )

Please let me know th procedure to upload the UN Updates which are in XML format in SAP EHS


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    Nov 24, 2016 at 07:56 PM

    Hello Idrees

    as explained by Mark. XML files can not be uploaded. They can be uploaded (if you have prepared the process properly) using OCC.

    OCC can now be used in many circumstances. Load of "normal" data and "regulatory data".

    It can be used online and in offline mode.

    For the CG33 topic. looking on your error message may be you have an additional issue. Either you have not specified the path correct or you have not read/write access to this path.

    In any case: Please read these documents carefully. They might help you in context of OCC:

    and many others like that


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  • Nov 22, 2016 at 11:16 AM

    Hello Idrees;

    I assume you are talking about an content provider update for DG Data - is this correct?

    If you use SAP as content provider there is no need to upload the XML files for the DG Update (UN Numbers) into SAP!
    You need to place them on the Windows Network Share where the current XLM files are located. The overall update process is described in the manual quite detailed.

    If SAP is not your content provider please check with your content provider.

    CG33 only works with DATA files - and you can not simply convert XMLs into SAP EHS DAT files because these files have a special required format.

    Hope this helps



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  • Dec 03, 2016 at 05:00 PM
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  • Dec 05, 2016 at 07:09 AM

    HI Idrees Mohammed

    The path you mentioned is not correct and and you can't upload XML file.

    You can upload .dat file using CG33,

    Please check your path in AL11 .... if you have any query please ask basis team which is dedicated directory for EHS.



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