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Issue with SUM SP13 not calculating HR additional packages

We want to apply HRSP 85-91 to our SAP system. I went through Mopz transaction and it brought up target stack 14 (06/2015) which includes HRSP 86 & 87. In the 'Select Stack-Dependent Files' I selected ABAP and the 'Add HR Package' tab. This brought up all the additional HRSP that are available i.e. HRSP 87 to 92. I selected 87 to 91. After proceeding it went through to the download basket and I checked and the additional HRSPs were there. The stack file was generated.

When I use the stack file in SUM SP13 and get to the 'Select Support packages you want to include' screen I don't see the additional HR packages in the Calculated Level column. Normally this is where the additional HRSP number would be and I would tick 'Take over calculated level'. The only value in this column is for Component ST-A/PI.

Can you please assist as to why I am not seeing the additional HRSP in the calculated column?

Many Thanks


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    Posted on Oct 13, 2015 at 04:30 PM

    Hi Shamshudin,

    our recommendation is to always use the latest version of the tool. SUM is available with SP 14 patch level 1 meanwhile. Which version of SUM SP13 are you using, exactly which patch level?

    Please check the following blog which explains why there was a certain period in which HR packages could not be adapted: SUM, SPAM/SAINT and the story about Support-Package Levels

    Regards, Boris

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    • Former Member Matt Fraser

      Thanks Matt that is what it was and now I have managed to install SUM SP14 patch level 2.

      But I stilll cannot see my additional HRSP's in the calculated column. I also recreated the whole process in Mopz and tried again but I only get the HRSP's in the stack not the additional HRSPs which I included in mpoz. Any ideas as to what I might be doing wrong?

      Many Thanks


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