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SAP recommends to assign language D to codepage 1100

Hello,

after migrating our DEV system from codepage 1401 to Unicode 4102 we get a warning when transporting from the Unicode migrated system to the QAS system which is still single codepage (1401):

"SAP recommends to assign language D to codepage 1100".

The table that is transported doesen't have a LANG field.

Can anyone hint me into the right direction what to do about this?

Best Rgs

Thorsten

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  • Posted on Aug 06, 2010 at 12:16 PM

    Hi Thorsten,

    please have a look at SAP note 638357 point a) - text block 6.

    The special characters belonging "officially" to Germany (äöüß) will be handled correctly.

    However there are some other special characters (like e.g. §, ²,³ ... ) which might be used with language D in Unicode systems and which will be converted to "#" when transporting them from Unicode to a Latin-2 system - because they are simply not supported in the target system.

    This is the reason for the warning.

    However this problem is not restricted to texts with language D only - it is valid for any transfered texts from Unicode to Non-Unicode systems.

    Please also check SAP note 1322715 point 9).

    Best regards,

    Nils Buerckel

    SAP AG

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2010 at 12:01 PM

    Thanks a lot Nils. I found all the required information in the SAP notes you hinted me at.

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