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Reinstallaing or upgrading PDK

I hava EP version 6.0.11.3.0, with PDK installed.

Some entries under the <u>Java Developement</u> don't work. For instance, the docs under <u>Getting Started</u> give a <i>404 Not Found</i> error. So I want to reinstall/update PDK.

1) Where can I read my current PDK version installed?

In the SDM repository I can find 2 SCAs:

- <b>pdk-content</b> having <i>count</i> 1000.630.0.1.0.20041202135745

- <b>pdk-javadocs</b> having <i>count</i>1000.630.0.1.0.20041202135739

In the SDN's download are, I see:

- Portal Development Kit 6.0 SP12 (aka. "Developer Cockpit")

- Portal Development Kit 6.0 SP2

- Portal Development Kit 5.0

To which one does my PDK version correspond?

2) Which is the highest PDK version that can run with my EP SP11 version?

Thanks a lot, Davide

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2005 at 11:22 AM

    Hi Davide

    >>1) Where can I read my current PDK version installed?

    Go to Java Development -> Documentation -> Version

    Here u can find the PDK version imported into the portal.

    >>2) Which is the highest PDK version that can run with my EP SP11 version?

    I hope the Portal Development Kit 6.0 SP12 (aka. "Developer Cockpit") can be installed without any impediments.

    Hope this helps.

    regards,

    Joshua Kiran

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    • Former Member Marty McCormick

      Hallo,

      I just tried to upgrade the PDK frop SP 9 to SP 12 but during deployment process it simply freeze at the last step (93%) at deploying com.sap.pct.pdk.docs and I really don`t know what to do...

      Do you have any idea how to finish updateing...

      Thanks a lot

      Ivan

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