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New product versions vs Current product Versions SUM

Hi Community

I'm performing an stack update to my SAP Solution Manager 7.1, I'm working with SUM SP17 before start with SUM I performed next acitivities:

  • Update host agent
  • Update CR Content
  • Update Kernel

I have read the SAP CENTRAL Note too, so I generate the .xml with MOPZ and it calculates next target and initial constellation:

at this point MOPZ sent next warnings:

I reviewed LMDB and SMSY and the information that this warnings says are not empty so in other post someone recommended me to ignore and download files.

Right now I'm running SUM but in the phase "confirm target" I have some doubts because the original products are not the same I mean MOPZ says that my target constellation is :

SAP SOLUTION MANAGER 7.1 SP14 and

SAP EHP2 FOR SAP NETWEAVER 7.0 SP17

and SUM says that new products versions are:

SAP SOLUTION MANAGER 7.1 (ABAP)

SAP SOLUTION MANAGER 7.1 (JAVA)

What happened with SAP EHP2 FOR SAP NETWEAVER?

Please could someone help me to understand if my target is correct and if I can continue with the update without worries.

Best regards

Alfred

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    Posted on Sep 15, 2016 at 02:46 AM

    Hello Alfred,

    To create consistent MOPZ, I assume you performed following steps

    1. Pushed latest information about ABAP stack to SLD in RZ70

    2. Pushed Java Stack information to SLD in Java NWA Admin or in Admin tool

    3. Resync SLD info with LMDB

    4. Then executed "Verfication" in Product system in LMDB

    NW 7.1 is newer version than NW 702.

    You can create ticket in Service Market Place or check the SUM upgrade roadmap.

    Thanks,

    Hardeep

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