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How to install ADS?


We have WAS 6.40 SR1 and are now trying to install ADS.I have gone through the Weblog "My Struggle with Adobe" but in there it was mentioned to download two files 51030723_1 and 51030843 from service market place but i couldnt find the second file in downloads.

Can anybody help me out?Please also brief about the installation procedure and other settings.



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    Posted on Oct 02, 2005 at 04:34 PM

    Hi Leena,

    You have to download NW04SR1 Installation Master.

    For Windows 32 Bit, the file name is

    After this please follow the Adobe installation and configuration guides available in Service Marketplace.

    Also please order the credentail from SAP as explained in the blog. In the meantime you can download the credentail file from SDN for testing purpose.

    Hope this is helpful.



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    • Thats correct. The credential file is only required during runtime. It is not required for installation of the Adobe dcument services. The Configuration Guide mentioned above provides the details how to configure and install the credential.

      You can use the "test credential" from SDN with the full software, however it is only valid for three months.



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