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Hi All,

Can you please clarify my doubt ?

1. Can I just implement Netweaver and connect with SAP

R/3 4.6C ?

2. Do I need to have any other module implemented for this? Like XI / MDM etc?

Regards,

Rambadri

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2006 at 11:46 AM

    Hi MLR,

    We have did it, You can Implement Netweaver and connect with SAP, No issue at all it is a product of the same company and also no need to install which you mentioned.

    Thanks & Regards

    Agasthuri Doss

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  • Posted on Sep 21, 2006 at 11:12 AM

    hi,

    >>>1. Can I just implement Netweaver and connect with SAP

    R/3 4.6C ?

    sure

    >>>>2. Do I need to have any other module implemented for this? Like XI / MDM etc?

    no as netweaver already contains XI

    Regards,

    michal

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    • Hi,

      <i>>>>1. Is it possible to install Netweaver seperately and

      whatever the components we want like XI, EP, MDM

      seperately ?</i>

      Yes Netweaver contains all this components and while installing you will be prompted to select the components (like XI, BI, EP, etc.)to be installed along with the centeral instances.

      <i>>>>2. Incase if i want to connect a R3 system with a

      Netweaver, should I definitely need to have XI, EP,

      MDM etc ?</i>

      Yes you need. XI is a middleware which helps you to connect two or more systems. The connect systems either can be R/3, some DB applications and XI has adapters to connect. It totally depends on your requirement.

      Thanks,

      Prakash

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