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1732495 - How to repair destroyed table entries manually with transaction SUMG


There are destroyed entries after unicode conversion. Characters which appear right in Non-Unicode system are destroyed in Unicode system.

In the below example an Asian character appeared instead of the Micro sign 'µ'.

Example for garbled entries



All Unicode SAP systems


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