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Hi friends,

I am working on 4.6c version.

We dont have WEB AS..

I am planning to learn BSP.

Is it possible to use it in my system..

What are all the system prerequisite..

I need pdf documents for start learning.

Where can i get it?

What is the scope and future of BSP?



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    Posted on Nov 22, 2005 at 12:13 PM

    you cant develop/learn BSPs in 4.6C system.

    what you could do is download SAP netweaver sneak preview ABAP edition from SDN download area (which is WAS6.4) and you can use that to develop/learn BSPs.



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    • Thomas Jung Abdul Hakim Sulaiman Batcha

      I have had problems running 46C and 640 at the same time on the same machine (besides the fact that would require a lot of hardware). I think the problem is the differences in the way the two setup global shared memory. Whichever instanance I tried to start last, refused to come up. (This was on Win2000 Adv. Server).

      However I have been able to run two 640 systems together. I also have ran a 640 and 700 system on the same box at the same time.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2005 at 11:31 AM

    HI Abdul Hakim

    For learning you can start with this link:

    It contains step by step guide along with Example Tutorial:


    Refer : OSS note 616900

    If you want to get familiar with the tags USed in BSP.There are SAMPLE BSP APPLICATIONS available in SYSTem:

    GOTO SE80:

    BSP APPLIACTION: <b>sbspext_bsp






    Vijay Raheja

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