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How to acquire non-MCOD master DVD

Hi all,

How to acquire non-MCOD Master DVD for SAP-BW 3.5 installation on Linux 32 bit\Oracle 10.2 . Our guys gave us a list of DVD's to be used for BW 3.5 installation on Linux. We got a DVD "51032936_5--> Installation master 6.20/6.40 Linux on IA32 32 bit" .But when we start installation it says MCOD master DVD . There are no other DVD's in the list of service market place(for linux,kernel-6.4,oracle 10.2) which says Master DVD for non-MCOD .Pls let us know how to go for Non-MCOD DVD.

My second question is :

What to select for BW 3.5 installation ?

Shud i select NW 04 SR1 or BW 3.1and then upgrade it to BW 3.5 with patches .

Will I not get BW 3.5 DVD straight away.

Pls suggest.

Thanq u all.


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  • Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 09:28 AM

    I´m not aware of any special CDs for MCOD/non-MCOD.

    During the installation you´re asked (third or fourth question) whether you want to install the system onto a "first" database or into an already existing database.

    Where do you see that "MCOD" label?



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    • Check again, I´ve never seen such installation CD/DVD... you may choose if you want to use MCOD or not.

      For a BW 3.5 you install a NW04SR1 ABAP instance and add the BI_CONT_353 Addon via transaction SAINT after the installation. Check the Netweaver 04 Master Guide, the media you need for the installation is listed there.



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