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New ABAP Editor in WAS 6.40

Hi friends, according to blog posted by Thomas Jung

/people/thomas.jung/blog/2006/06/28/new-abap-editor-backport

new ABAP Editor was backported to WAS 6.20 and WAS 6.40, I work as ABAP Developer in ECC 5.0 WAS 6.40, yesterday I did request application of Support Package 17 to basis administrators, The support package was applied correctly yesterday night and System Status show me this information:

SAP_BASIS 640 0017 SAPKB64017

SAP_ABA 640 0017 SAPKA64017

I have SAP GUI Patch 19, but Radio Button "Editor (New)" still not appearing on my GUI. What im doing wrong? I must to wait to SP18 release for this editor?

Thanks

Leonardo P.

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2006 at 09:13 PM

    No. For 6.4 the backported functionality will be available only on next support pack.

    See Thomas comments:

    " All of the backported functionality will ship with the next support package for 6.40 toward the end of the summer"

    Sorry, you will have to wait. ;-(

    It should be soon though,

    Also waiting,

    Leonardo De Araujo

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2006 at 02:31 PM

    We've just applied 6.40 support package 18 and I can't see a new ABAP Editor anywhere. Does anyone know for certain if it's in there or not?

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