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WSE1: Troubleshooting World Direct Migration Issues - Menu G97UY2 (A7.3) Menu G97DIRMIG (A9.2 and Above) (Doc ID 639051.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 22, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Install/Upgrade/Migration - Version A7.3 cume 9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document is to assist the customer with issues and errors encountered when running options from menu G97UY2 (A7.3) or menu G97DIRMIG (A9.2 and Above) for Direct Migration from World to EnterpriseOne.

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Troubleshooting Steps
 Program P98882 Returns Error CPF5125
 Program P98882 Returns Error CPF4131
 Data Dictionary Synchronization P99800 FAQ - Document 627320.1
 Data Dictionary Coexistence and Synchronization - Document 627363.1
 Generic Text for SO and PO in World Not Seen in EnterpriseOne
 Generic Text for Credit Granting & Management (*ADDCRDT) Not Converted to F00165 via P9816D2
 Table Constraint Errors when Running Migration Business Data Copy
 CCSID Conversion Fails
 Distribution Conversions
 Duplicate F12003 Records
 Migration Database Analyzer (P98888) OW Index Validation Failed-Other Problem
 F98884 in library *LIBL not found
 DREAM Writer Versions for Direct Migration Programs Do Not Exist in the Direct Migration Environment 
 Generic Text Synchronization (P9816D2) Ends in MSGW P001631 Error Message CPF4131 on F3111LE - A7.3c15 ONLY
 Generic Text Purge (J44981) and Generic Text Synchronization (J9816D2) fail with CPF32C6, CPF9811 and JDE9999 errors.
 Migration of Payment Terms from the World F0014 file to the E1 F0014 table does not move the Advanced Payment Terms in the F0014 to the F00141 in EnterpriseOne (E1)
 F4802 Work Order Instructions File Description text is not converted to the F00165 by the Generic Text Synchronization program, P9816D2

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