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AS ABAP only or ABAP AS+JAVA AS

Dear Experts,

Our whole solution landscape include ECC 6.0 and BW 7.0. my question is do we need to have AS ABAP + AS Java on ECC 6.0 are AS ABAP enough for our landscape.

Please tell me what will happen if we donot install AS Java on ECC 6.0.

and the core pupose of having AS ABAP + AS JAVA.

please revert back if u donot understad my words i will explain them again..

Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 06:00 AM

    Hi,

    you can install both ABAP+JAVA on ECC6.0(or)You can also install ECC 6.0 on as ABAP.

    If you are installed ABAP means you can access your system through SAPGUI.

    If you install as java means you can access your system thriugh web browser.

    I HOPE IT WILL HELP YOU

    any issues post it

    kiran kumar.v

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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 09:23 AM

    Dear Ahmed,

    it is business dependent what you need. In ECC 6.0 you are also able to you web based applications also on the ABAP side. (BSP, WebDynpro for ABAP). The important is what features you would like to have. E.g. to use SAP Interacitve Forms by ADOBE you will need to have a JAVA instance also.

    Try looking after your business needs, and check in which stack the feature is implemented.

    Best regards,

    Dezso

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 09:34 AM

    Hi

    please go thru this link..

    AS ABAP only or ABAP AS+JAVA AS

    hope this info helps..

    with rgds,

    Rajesh.

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