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version of JTECHS, BUILDT and SAPJEE?


I am trying to create a track and I realize that NWDI is version sensitive and need some help in determining the versions of JTECHS, BUILDT and SAPJEE

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we have EP7.0, SP10 ECC6.0 SP10 (NW2004s SP10)

BP for ESS 1.0 SP3

XSS Components --> SAP_ESS 600 SP3 and SAPPCUI_GP 600 SP3

Now what should be the version of JTECHS, BUILDT and SAPJEE

in CMS inbox folder?

Does it have to be same as the stack level of Java engine or does it have to be on the same level of the ESS business packages.

Please help me understand, and thanks for your help.



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    Posted on Jan 29, 2007 at 04:59 PM

    Hi Luke,

    in general the BUILDT/JTECHS/JEE SPs have to match the stack level of the Java Engine. For NW04s this is usually +3 compared to the ESS SP.

    BUT: you ESS version does not match the engine version. According to SAP note 913711 ESS SP03 is for NW04s SP06 (+3). Similary for NW04s SP10 you should use ESS SP07. (-3, see note 993993).

    So you should have ESS 6.00SP3 with JTECHS/BUILDT/JEE 7.00SP6 on a NW04s SP6 engine, or you should have ESS 6.00SP7 with JTECHS/BUILDT/JEE 7.00SP10 on a NW04s SP10 engine.



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      Hi Luke,

      sorry, I can't really answer that. I would expect that your copies would not be affected by the upgrade, but maybe there are some conditions I'm not aware of.

      Have you checked the ESS Cookbook if that answers your question? You can find it attached to SAP note 872892.



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