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I am applying J2EE patches (SP# is 14) on XI3.1, which is NW04 system. It is for ABAP+J2EE system on Solaris 64 bit. I am following the note <b>657763</b> and SP Stack guide for guidelines.

I have made a temp directory,called <b>test</b>, and have uncarred all the four files. After this I have created a directory called <b>SAPInst_SP14</b> and called the <b>sapinst</b> from this directory. This <b>sapinst</b> was part of one of the four files I have uncarred. It brought up the SAPInst and I chose all the user inputs and now I am at <b>Start</b> screen. But as stated in the note 657763 <b>(step# 8)</b> that somewhere in the screen it will ask for LABEL.ASC also, which was uncarred from J2EE*.SAR files. It did not ask me for that.

Is it OK? I am doing this for the first time so just want to make I am doing correct. How it will know the location of my J2EE*.SAR?


It picks up automatically because I have uncarred all the four files in the same directory <b>test</b>.

Please clarify. I will really appreciate your help.

Thank you.

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2005 at 02:32 AM

    sapinst should find the sars if they are in the same directory. if not, it will prompt and you can browse to the files.

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