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Hi all,

when I perform a J2EE / Portal upgrade via JSPM tool, I have (or not) to select if the system is unter NWDI control.

When I choose lets say DEV system, which information is given to the NWDI?

That a new stack or component versions will be installed?

Thanks and Regards,

Andreas

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    Posted on May 30, 2007 at 07:43 PM

    Hi,

    If you haven't made any modifications to software components delivered by SAP you could ignore step and apply the SP witout any troubles (choose NO).

    If you have made modifications and you choose NO, all modified software components will be replaced by new SAP versions. If you choose YES, you have to choose the role of the runtime system (DEV or CONS). JSPM will only import unmodified SCs into the system. Have a look at

    Maintenance" target="_blank">http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/en/17/9a31a407584ca3a9df82e3fe50b484/frameset.htm">Maintenance of an NWDI-Driven System Landscape to get the details.

    regards,

    daniel

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  • Posted on May 30, 2007 at 01:24 AM

    Hello Andreas,

    You will choose this option only if you want to do modifications. When you choose this option, JSPM will not deploy to your runtime system, instead it will put the scas in the inbox of NWDI. You then import these into your track and performed the deployment through there.

    Hope that helps

    Abdul

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      Hello good morning Abdul,

      thanks for your response.

      I'm not sure if I understand you correct. If I want to upgrade a portal / j2ee with a new stack the JSPM deploys directly to my runtime system and don't copy the files to NWDI... or am I wrong?

      Best Regards,

      Andreas

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