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R/3 VS R/2

first what is r/3 and r/2 and what is the diff between them and what is the latest version of SAP

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 08:07 AM

    Hi Pandu,

    R/3 is a three tier Architecture - Which contains 3 layers

    • Presentation Layer

    • Application Layer

    • Database Layer

    R/2 is a two tier Architecture - Whic contains 2 layers :

    • Presentaion Layer

    • (Application + DataBase) Layer

    the Latest version is <b>E</b>nterprise Resource Planning ( ERP )<b>C</b>enteral <b>C</b>omponent 6.0, (ECC 6.0) Which is a part of NW2004S.

    Regards,

    <b>Ramganesan K</b>.

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  • Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 08:04 AM

    R/3 is the current ERP version (based on Unix/Linux/Windows)

    Previously we had R/2, which was a mainframe version

    See : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAP_AG

    regards,

    Hans

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 08:07 AM

    Hi Pandu,

    1) R/3 Represents Release 3 Tier System.

    2) R/2 Represents Release 2 Tier System.

    3) Latest version of SAP - Ecc 6.0.

    Regards,

    vijay.

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