I want to change the master language (original language) of ABAP program.
We use ECC 6.0; unicode system.
In non-unicode system, we can change the master language when try to change the program in the different language from the master language.
Refer to the following procedure.
1. A program is created in EN.
2. Log on SAP in JA and tyr to change the program.
3. SAP asks the developer "Original language is EN. Log-on language is JA. Do you change the original language?"
4. If yes, we can change the master language.
But in unicode system, SAP does not ask the such question.
So I believe we can not change the master language.
Is it right?
Can't we change the master language???
Thank you for your rinformation!
>Sai Mohan Das
I don't mean "translate"...
I want to change the original language in attributes.
In "Attributes", original language can not be changed...
I mean the language is kind of ABAP program attributes.
So SU3 is not usuful in this case...
in our systems the original language is German. I logged on into a 6.0 Unicode system in English, started SE38, entered program name and clicked on Change. It did not ask for language change, but when I went to menu Goto / Attributes, it immediately asked for language change (as I wrote in my previous post). Pls. note you have to be in Change mode!
Thank you for your reply!
As you said, a pop-up screen appears when I select Go to > Attribute in change mode.
The pop-up screen says "Object maintenance in this system only possible in
original language Japanese (JA)".
(In this case, original language is JA and log-on is EN.)
It is only information message!
So I can't change the original language! (>_<)
Any customizing affects our difference?
Anyway I can't change...
Just now i checked for this original language change,
it is succesfully change in Attributes.
Please follow below like this.
Please log on to with target language, Follow as below.
->Select Attributes>Change >Select Change Original Language->Continue-->Until you will get Lanuage is changed.
Edited by: Janardhan Reddy on Aug 25, 2008 5:31 PM