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Data migration from Oracle to MAXDB

Hi,

I have question about data migration from Oracle to MAXDB based on SAP ECC6.0.

We are planning to migrate our existing ECC6.0-Oracle system to ECC 6.0- MAXDB. I have set two demo system where I can test migration, but while installing target system I am getting following error.

"The migration key for a heterogeneous system copy is wrong."

I have generated migration key from SAP and tried multiple time but it didn't work.

So could anyone assist me to find out cause of this. Please let me know if any pre-requisites that I might missed during this migration. It will be appreciated if some one share more details on ORACLE to MAXDB migration.

Thanks and regards

Santosh

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    Posted on Aug 18, 2010 at 04:48 PM

    Please see Notes:

    - 1317500 Hom./Het.System Copy SAP NW 7.0 incl. EHP 1 SR1

    - 1120872 Hom./Het.System Copy SAP NetWeaver 7.0 SR3

    This notes containing valid migration keys.

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    • Once you get the key from the note referenced,

      login as <sid>adm

      exexute

      R3load -K <migration_key>

      This tests the correctness of the key.

      So that you can be sure that mig key is correct and then continue with the import.

      Regards

      Ratnajit

      Edited by: Ratnajit Dey on Aug 20, 2010 10:30 AM

  • Posted on Aug 25, 2010 at 10:38 AM

    Hello Santosh,

    This is a tricky one. You may have noticed that even if you copy in the values from the SAP Note mentioned in earlier posts or even if you are copying it off PDF files.

    Most of the times the Migration key which has to be entered manually is mis typed, we found that generally such errors occur when we mis type 'l' for 'i' and vice versa.

    Regards,

    Siddhesh

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2011 at 04:32 AM

    Answered

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