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PROCOPY from $DLC/empty results in Errors (6063) (4677) (1564) (9021)

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EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: All supported versions
OS: All supported platforms
Question/Problem Description
PROCOPY from $DLC/empty  results in Errors (6063), (4677), (1564), (9021) .
Why Procopy from $DLC/empty8 results in errors 6063, 4677,1564, 9021?
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Selected Code page=1250 and Language = American (default) during OpenEdge installation.
Error MessageCode page conversion table for <table-name> to <table-name> was not found in <file-name>. (6063)
The code page of database <db-name> is <code-page> and -cpinternal is <code-page>. (4677)
The tables needed to do conversion for the database were not found in <file-name>. (1564)
Not creating default SQL DBA because charsets don't match. (9021)
Defect/Enhancement Number
Cause
$DLC/empty database contains characters that are not available in 1250.
Resolution
To Procopy use database from directory:-  $DLC/prolang/<language>/<database>

Select the <language> as per requirement from directory $DLC/prolang/

Example:
For Code =1250 use database from directory $DLC/prolang/pol/

Syntax:  procopy $DLC/prolang/pol/empty8 test
Workaround
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Last Modified Date5/19/2017 3:08 PM
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