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SI4 Testdrive - SAP WAS on Linux and IBM DB2 UDB - DB2 license

Hi list,

A few weeks ago I ordered the SI4 Testdrive from SAP with the intention of getting more familiar with SAP and DB2. The installation went smoothly. But I'm unable to start the database, because the DB2-license has expired. Anybody an idea how and where to obtain a new license for DB2? I already acquired a new SAP license.

Many thanks!

Best Regards,

Henk Schaap

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  • Posted on Oct 02, 2007 at 02:27 PM

    Hi Henk

    The SI4 version is quite old by now, we only had a limited DB2 license in there. We can probably get you an extension. I suggest that you order the 7.0 version in Knowledge Shop General > SAP NetWeaver > SAP Web Application Server "SAP NW04s Testdrive Linux DB2 x86" is the 32bit version

    Best regards


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      Hello I have the same problem but, I can't down load the new Test Drives... I get thisr...

      There is no version of the SAP on Linux Test Drive available for download. Please order it from the SAP Knowledge Shop: -> SAP Knowledge Shop and search for the following material numbers:

      • SAP NW2004s Testdrive MaxDB : 50077574

      • SAP NW04s Testdrive Linux DB2 x86 : 50083014

      Then while trying to order thought the SAP Knowledge Shop, the order doesn't go throught. I get the following error:

      Error creating order. Our hotline has already been informed.

      Quantity Product Price Line Total Remove

      Item No. Product description

      50077574 SAP NW2004s Testdrive MaxDB


      *0,00 EUR



      • 0,00 EUR


      Purchase value (incl. VAT) 0,00

      • 0,00 EUR


      plus Shipping costs EUR

      What can I Do?

      Thanks in advance,

      Carlos Gonzalez

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