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Understanding difference between SAP_APPL release 606 and 616

Hello All,

I came across a situation where I wanted to understand the difference between SAP_APPL release 606 and 616 (to be precise I was more interested understanding the significance of "1" in 616). Below is what I understood so far and thought to share with you all and seeking advice if its not correct or someone has further inputs to it.

SAP_APPL release 606 would mean Ehp6 of ECC 6.0 on NW lower than 7.4 (i.e; 7.0 to 7.31) and if system is on NW 7.4 or above then release of SAP_APPL would be 616 for Ehp6 of ECC 6.0.

If its Ehp7 of ECC 6.0 then you will find release of SAP_APPL as 617 only and NO 607 because Ehp7 can only be applied on ECC 6.0 if its NW 7.4 or above.

Best Regards,

NK

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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2015 at 05:03 PM

    Hello NK,

    SAP_APPL 606 -> For EhP6 (NW 7.31) [If you look in SPAM, you will see release 606 was installed on top of 605].

    SAP_APPL 616/617 -> For EhP7 (NW 7.40) [SPAM shows that 616/617 was installed on top of 606].

    Cheers,

    Cris

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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2015 at 06:41 PM


    Hi Nikhil.

    Check blog on about versioning of ERP system by Boris Rubarth .
    Screenshot from blog which explain this.

    So basically that '1' was introduced for HANA enabled EHP6 version and then continued.

    Best Regards,
    Gaurav


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