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ECC 6.0 EHP7 Installation Without ASCS and PAS

Hi All,

We are going to do ECC6.0 EHP7 Instalaltion, when we check first screen in SWPM we didn't find Global Host Preparation Option.

we dont't want to use ASCS and PAS instances, we want to everything in one instance. Is there any such option?

Previsouly we did (EHP4) in one instance installation using global host preparation, db instance then central instance installation now we didn't fine global host preparation step.

Can someone help me on this.

Thank you,

Raam.

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2015 at 06:49 AM

    Hello Raam,

    Iam afraid this option is not available for ecc6.0 EHP7 installation.currently when you will perform an installation of a fresh SAP system based on SAP NetWeaver 7.0x and higher, there is an instance for ASCS. It was separated from PAS for all the fresh installations. SWPM does always come with an option nowadays to split off ACS from PAS. This is to ensure continous availability of message server and ERS .This way you have one dedicated server to perform failover.


    For more info, check Why splitting off the ASCS from PAS?


    Br

    Vishwanath B

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2015 at 08:40 AM

    Hi Raam,

    As Former Member says, you have to install an ASCS and PAS, however these both can run on the same server. A common installation technique is to install the ASCS as instance number 01 and the PAS as 00 as you may have done before.

    Regards,

    Graham

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      Hi Raam,

      Ok, I understand why you want to do this, but SAP has re-architected their system and you now have to have the two installations.

      Regards,

      Graham

      PS. As you are new to the forum -- If you always mark answers as 'helpful' or 'correct' you will likely get people more willing to assist you...

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