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Hi,

I'm using SUM SP13 to upgrade my system to ERP 6.00 EHP7 and is required to implement one note 2122333 - DD_INT_UPDATE_DDFTX hangs without end.

The thing is that after reading the note I found this:

Caution:

If you use transaction SNOTE to implement this SAP Note as an advance correction, make sure to use at least the basis Support Package mentioned in this SAP Note during you next system update. Otherwise, during the update process, syntax errors may occur in the program SAPLSDIFRUNTIME after you carry out the main import.

SAP_BASIS

700

SAPKB70033

701

SAPKB70117

702

SAPKB70217

710

SAPKB71020

711

SAPKB71115

730

SAPKB73013

731

SAPKB73116

740

SAPKB74011


My current BASIS release is SAPKB70209 and MOPZ calculated until Packages SAPKB74009.


Any clue?

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    Posted on May 05, 2015 at 01:49 PM

    Hi ,

    Believe you could hold on from implementing this correction as the expected target should have been SAPKB74011 .

    Is there any reason why you want to implement this note ( Dont see it in 2039311 )

    Thanks ,

    Manu

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  • Posted on May 05, 2015 at 02:04 PM

    Hi,

    I don't think you need to implement the note 2122333 - DD_INT_UPDATE_DDFTX hangs without end before doing upgrade to EHP7.You could carry on without implementation of the same.

    Good luck !!

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  • Posted on May 05, 2015 at 02:06 PM

    Hi,

    Just follow the last lines from the snap-shot which you shared.Snap shot itself an answer of your query.

    Regards,

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