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EP 5.0 -> EP 6.0 Migration


i´m trying to migrate our iViews with all related contents, like system, pages, rolls.

I found following pdf: SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 -Migration Strategies: SAP EP 5.0 -> EP 6.0

so i created new EP 5.0 System in EP 6.0,

then i have to give some parameters, but i don´t know wherefrom i get these:

- Location of EP 5.0 Styles

- Location of EP 5.0 System Landscape

- Location of EP 5.0 User Management

- Location of EP 5.0 ZAR files

Can anybody explain me where i can find these parameters.


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    Posted on May 17, 2004 at 09:40 AM

    I have the same trouble when I try to migrate our EP50 system. Please, could anybody help us?

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      Hi All,

      I tried migrating an iview from EP5 to EP6, but it failed. The following is the information present in the migration log,

      SEVERE: Iview was not migrated successfully due to the following reason: IViewMigrationHandler is not suited to handle type different than IVU files, Object sent was [C:/usr/sap/TEP6/global/config/pcd/Import/vl02.ivu]

      Actually the iview type is .ivu(the log is also mentioning this) but still it failed. What could be the reason?


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