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04932 - LRAW data still in EBCDIC in file D010S af ter migration

04932 - LRAW data still in EBCDIC in file D010S af ter migration

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LRAW data still in EBCDIC in file D010S af ter migration

Hi Phil,

then I'm interested, what happens at your next try!
And I don't know what I should wish to you, because I'm not too happy, if we
can't predict what happens in our software!

Regards

Volker

> -----Original Message-----
> From: welchraider [mailto:ppughZw...]
> Sent: Montag, 4. Februar 2002 18:45
> To: DoNotReply@consolut.eu
> Subject: Re: LRAW data still in EBCDIC in file D010S
> after migration
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Thanks for your reply.
>
> I had updated table TCPDB. First we just cleared it. Then we tried it
> with the 1100 & 1100 values.
>
> I had also tried adding the abap/import_char_conversion = 1 to the
> instance profile.
>
> I suspect its a translation problem, since the program
> name "âÁ×Ôââèò" (hex: E2C1D7D4E2E2E8F2) in the error message
> is "SAPMSSY2" (hex: E2C1D7D4E2E2E8F2) in EBCDIC displayed in ASCII.
>
> When I look at table D010S, PROG = SAPMSSY2 and compare the data in
> field BLOCK (type LRAW) in the migrated data base it is identical
> (unconverted) to the data in the original table on the AS/400. The
> other fields in the table (PROG etc.) have been converted.
>
> However if I look at the same record in a clean install on NT, the
> BLOCK field has different data.
>
> I then picked another table with the LRAW type of data. I used D021S,
> (D020S was a typo on my original message) and compared the data
> between the original table on the AS/400 and the clean install on NT.
> The field (BLOCK) in D021S in the migrated data base does not match
> the original AS/400 table, but does match the same record in the
> clean install. (I have no idea what table D021S is, I just picked it
> because of the similar fields)
>
> We have now tried just copying D010S from the clean install into the
> migrated data base, replacing what was migrated. We still get the
> same errors on startup and are still unable to log on. This tells me
> there are obviously other tables involved.
>
> So, falling back to the BASIS first line of defense, we are going to
> just "TRY AGAIN" and reload the migration from the start. I'll let
> you know how it turns out.
>
> Thanks for your help,
>
> Phillip Pugh
> Webco Industries, Inc.
>

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