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How to seperate ASCS from CI of ERP 6 EHP 6 ( IDES Version ) - Linux 64bit

Dear NW Administrators,

Is it possible to separate ( Msg Serv and Enq Serv ) ASCS from an existing installations CI ? If Yes .. how do I go about it ?

My Situation :

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My task was to install ERP 6.0 EHP 6 on a Linux 64bit system as DISTRIBUTED INSTALLATION ....

1.) ASCS < Port No 71>

2.) CI < Port No 72>

3.) DB < Port No 73>

How ever when I started out with the media given to me, the sapinst ( Not SWPM ) sapinst was given separately for ERP 6 EHP 6.

Under Oracle, Linux, Distributed System installation type ... I had only 3 steps ...

1.) Global host preparation

2.) DB installation

3.) Central instance installation

No ASCS found there, now I've completed the installation and post installation activities ... But the requirement was to install with an ASCS !!

Is there anyway possible that I can separate the ASCS from the existing installation .. so that I don't have to scrap the whole installation !!

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If there is a way please guide me with clear steps ..

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Like which media do I use ?

Media No ?

How should I go about it ?

Have anyone of you done it before ? Was it successful ?

ERP 6 EHP 6 ( IDES )

Oracle 11g

Linux 64bit OS

Requirement to separate ASCS from an existing installation !!

HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU PEOPLE SOON !!

Thanks in advance for all your help and support !!

Regards

Msat

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  • Posted on Nov 28, 2013 at 03:59 PM

    Hello Msat,

    I am afraid to tell you that it is not possible to split off the ASCS from CI in your case. You have a system based on SAP NetWeaver 7.03 with Oracle. As it was pointed in this thread so far, all documents and SAP notes refers MaxDB only.

    If you had a system based on SAP NetWeaver 7.1 or higher, you would be able to split off the ASCS from CI. As you can see below, this option exists on SWPM:

    But this option does not exist on the 70SWPM, which is the version to install NW 7.0x-based systems. Also there are no document, guide or SAP note that indicates this procedure would be supported.

    I would like to remember you that the usage of old Installation Master medias should not be used anymore since the SWPM was released last yeat. It is pointed by SAP note:

    1589311 - Replacements of outdated tools via SL Toolse

    Also I would like to reenforce that using 70SWPM you can install a fresh system with ASCS and Central Instance separetely:

    As this is a fresh system, it is recommended to uninstall the system and then use the 70SWPM to perform the fresh installation once again. If the system was alreaedy used, you can perform a system copy and during the target system installation, using 70SWPM, you will be able to install the instances separetely.

    Please remember to refer SAP note below to get the latest SWPM version available in the SAP Marketplace:

    1680045 - Release Note for Software Provisioning Manager 1.0

    Best Regards,

    Henrique Girardi

    SAP Active Global Support


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    Posted on Nov 24, 2013 at 06:33 PM


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    Posted on Nov 25, 2013 at 08:12 AM

    Hi,

    Central Services Instance ABAP - ASCS

    http://scn.sap.com/community/netweaver-as/blog

    BR,

    Prabhakar

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