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Different SP levels for different Fiori Apps permitted?

Regarding Support Pack (SP) levels for different (wave 1) Fiori apps in one customer landscape, are there dependencies or can the customer upgrade each Fiori app indenpendently?

For example, customer is going live with 2 apps on SP01, but for additional (Leave) apps has been advised to implement SP02 (due to some issues that were encountered during testing which have been fixed with SP02).
As SP03 is also available for those (leave) apps, could they implement SP03 for those 2 apps without impacting any working SP01 app.
As far as my knowledge goes, this is ok, but getting this confirmed by someone with deeper Fiori knowledge would be much appreciated.
Thanks.

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2013 at 07:27 AM

    Hi Frank,

    Recommendation is keeping "SPS" support package stack level.

    There is nothing special for Fiori, it is same story for all ABAP based applications.

    There is no dependency between Fiori apps level. So your case seems OK.

    But SAP Basis and UI add-on are base layer of apps. If some app requires higher UI add-on SP, you have to manage it in the project.

    Anyway, there is no customer who updates their production system directly. Apps will be tested on Dev and QA system and it is a manageable topic in project management.

    Regards,

    Masa

    SAP Rapid Innovation Group - RIG

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    • Hi Masa,

      Thank you for your reply. I fully agree with your recommendation about keeping support pack stack levels in sync, but it's good to know that there is no dependecy between Fiori app levels as a customer's situation may require it.

      Maybe I was not clear enough in my original post, but I was definitely not suggesting that customers update directly into PRD! The path needs to be DEV -> QA -> PRD (and other systems, e.g. Pre-PRD, in between, if required by the customer's landscape).

      Regards,

      Frank

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