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MUP in a MUP file

Hi,

can I add an existing MUP file in a new MUP file so that I only send out one MUP file to the MSA clients instead of a lot seperates one?

We are running CRM 5.0 SP7.

Thanks for your help.

Regards.

Jens

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    Posted on Sep 13, 2007 at 11:21 AM

    Ok, thanks for your help !

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      Hello Jens,

      maybe this would help:

      - unpack the second MUP wiht sapcar -xvf <file.mup>

      - unpack the contained sar

      - check for the files contained and the actions to be performed in the contained reg-files

      - Create new units that contain these tasks/files

      - Add the unit to the existing definition

      - Create a new mup file

      BTW:

      That´s good style - never leave the customer after the go-live with

      n+1 mup´s that he needs to apply if setting up new clients.

      Always create a single MUP that runs after the basic installation

      and contains all fixes / developments.

      Best Regards

      Thomas

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    Posted on Sep 13, 2007 at 11:01 AM

    Hi Jens,

    The functionality of Mobile Upgrade Package doesnt support the requirement you are looking for. A mup can only take commands, files and folders. It is not possible to include mup's into a mup file.

    Regards,

    Ramesh.

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