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About Productivity Pak version 4.5

Hi folks

We are currently using version 4.51 (purchased through SAP) and are currently migrating our applications to a different data center.

Where can I find information on the list of supported databases and operating systems? e.g. Will this version work on Sql Sever 2012?
If not what is the impact of upgrading?

Also where can I support information like end of support dates etc?

FYI - I have already checked PAM and they only mention version 4.4. There is no mention of upgrades and even with that version, there is no mention of supported databases.

Can you please help?


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2 Answers

  • Mar 01, 2016 at 04:28 AM

    supported enviroment is in the technical specifications.pdf

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  • Apr 13, 2016 at 02:43 AM

    Hi Jayshree,

    As per our conversation SAP Productivity Pak (SPP) 4.51 s not supported on Microsoft SQL Server 2012. The latest release of SPP is 5.20.9 and this supports SQL Server 2012.

    The next release of SPP will be 5.30. This is currently undergoing the SAP Premium Qualification Process after which is will become available to licensed customers to download from the SAP Service Marketplace and will be updated on the SAP Product Availability Matrix (PAM). We anticipate it becoming available to customers in Q2 2016.

    The end of mainstream maintenance is typically 24 months after the general availability of the release.

    The relationship between SAP and ANCILE Solutions continues to be strong with SAP Productivity Pak (ANCILE uPerform) still being actively sold and supported by SAP.

    Kind Regards,

    Vanessa Smith

    Customer Success - Asia Pacific Japan

    ANCILE Solutions

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