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Patching Binaries for JAVA....

Hello guys,

I have installed the NW04 and J2EE for our Xi system.

I have one question about patching binaries. I was going through the note 832005. It talks about some SAR fiels which can be found on market place /swdc (got to Support Packages and Patches section) from OS dependent section of J2EE 6.40. SCS.SAR is not there.

When do I have to do this.

How will I determine the need?

It appears to me there is regular patching also for these files.

Is it like kernel for ABAP system?

How can I find the patching level for this so I can make sure after the upgrade that patching went well.

Thank you very much for all the advices.

Thank you.


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    Posted on Nov 30, 2005 at 12:44 PM


    The note says:

    "Download the archive "WebAS 6.40 SP<desired patch level>(Part 3/4): OS Depend. parts of Java Runtime". The filename is something like J2EERTOS<SP_number>_0-<ID>.SAR. You must extract the contents from the SAR file using sapcar tool (note 212876). When you extract the files you will find SCS.SAR file.

    Is there a special reason to upgrade only the native binaries of NW04 and not the whole stack?

    Best Regards


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