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Error during import of request among systems

Hello,

I got a new SAP system and after doing some developments, I am trying to move the objects to the old one. For that I released a request and downloaded it as text files (I found some day a programme for that in SDN). When I import the request in the old system, I get this error message:

HALT: Internal error in tw_lzh (twtrans.c line 7862). Please contact the SAP support.

what is this and how to correct the problem ?? it must be in the new system, since it works perfect from the old one into the new one. Perhaps a wrong configuration in TMS ??

thanks.

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    Posted on Jun 26, 2010 at 04:50 AM

    Hi,

    I dont think its due to wrong config in TMS.

    But still to confirm you can follow this route:

    1) Create transport of copies in source system(As i understood that both system are not in same domain)

    2) Release the request

    3) Copy the data and co-files to target system

    4) Import the request to target system

    If still same error , that means there is some incompatibility between source and target system, that is surely not TMS.

    Regards,

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      Hello,

      I precisely performed the steps that you mention but as described, it doesn´t work. What can I do regarding the incompatibility ?? When I do the process in the other way (from old to new system) it works.

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2010 at 08:55 AM

    done

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