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SCA Dependency Analaysis Tool

Hi,

Can you please guide me where can I see "SCA Dependency Analysis" tool in solution manager to check the dependent software components to a lower level. I could see the "Upgrade Analyzer" in SM_WORKCENTER under Implementation/Upgrade tab, but not "SCA Dependency Analysis" tool.

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Suresh

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    Feb 04, 2015 at 01:55 PM

    Goto service market place and im download sectiom select the SCA where you will see a link for Dependencies, something like a warning triangle symbol. That will give a complete list of dependencies.

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    Feb 04, 2015 at 01:27 PM

    Hello,

    I think it will be dependent to your Solution Manager version. But you can try this short manual - Analysing Dependencies of Upgrades - SAP Solution Manager - SAP Library

    Kind regards

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Thank you very much for prompt response, but this link explains about UDA (Upgrade Dependency Analyzer) but not SCA Dependency Analyzer. Our solution manager version is 7.1 SP10.

      Regards

      Suresh

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    Feb 04, 2015 at 01:59 PM

    Hi All,

    I got the necessary information now that there is no separate tool for "SCA Dependency Analysis" but the information given in market place itself beside a java component level gives this information as a cumulative.

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    Suresh

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    • Hi Suresh,


      Hope you are doing good.
      Just my 2 cents in this matter. I am not sure whether you are aware of the SCA dependency note

      1974464 - SMP: Information on SCA Dependency Analysis for Java download objects

      Please note that not all dependencies, which are shown by the tool are necessarily "hard dependencies" and therefore not all of them are always required.

      Have a nice day!

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      Kind Regards,

      Hemanth