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Transporting objects frm bw 3.1 to nw 2004s

Hi all,

The client is currently using BW 3.1 system with SEM 3.2 as an add on . can anyone please tell me if its possible to transport all the bw objects from this system to a system having NetWeaver 2004s . if its possible is it necessary that NW 2004S has sem 6.0 as an add on or can i just transport it to the system without having sem 6.0 on it ?


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  • Posted on Aug 01, 2006 at 10:31 AM

    Hi Singh,

    Transport is supported only when the source and target system is the same release and SP level. This is becaouse the objects are only supported to work on the same environment as source system.

    But I guess many objects on BW31 can be transported successfully because 3x objects can still work on 2004s. And some must be needs to correct or made on target system manually.

    So I think the transport from BW 31 to 2004s BI is one option, but please remenber it is not supported and transport test must be done enough.

    BW-BPS after BW35 is not the same as SEM-BPS and same functions that is provided on SEM-BPS are not provided on BW-BPS. So if you are using those functions on BW31+ SEM32, you should install SEM on 2004sBI.

    Kind regards,


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