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Upgrading to BI 7.0 from BW 3.5

Hi all,

We have BW 3.5 on Linux RHEL 4 32 bit system,with Oracle 10.2.0.2 as database. Pls provide me the required docs if any to upgrade this system to BI 7.0, pls also let us know the required CD's or DVD's to do this task.

Thaks all in advance,

Doug

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 11:25 AM

    http://service.sap.com/instguides

    --> SAP NetWeaver

    --> SAP NetWeaver 7.0 (2004s)

    --> Upgrade

    Download there:

    - Upgrade Master Guide - SAP NetWeaver 7.0

    - Media List - SAP NetWeaver 7.0 SR2

    Then step to

    Upgrade Documentation - SAP NetWeaver 7.0 SR2

    and download the upgrade guide itself from there.

    All information needed is in those three guides and the notes mentioned in them.

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    Markus

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 08:22 PM

    <u><b>CD/DVD list for UNICODE</b></u>

    DVD ORACLE RDBMS 10.2 LINUX_IA32 1 of 4

    51031674_1

    DVD ORACLE RDBMS 10.2 LINUX_IA32 2 of 4

    51031674_2

    DVD ORACLE RDBMS 10.2 LINUX_IA32 3 of 4

    51031674_3

    DVD ORACLE RDBMS 10.2 LINUX_IA32 4 of 4

    51031674_4

    NW 2004s SR2 Language DE,EN,FR,ES,IT,NL,PT

    51032248_1

    NW 2004s SR2 UC-Upgrade Master Linux on IA32 32bit

    51032261_18

    NW 2004s SR2 Upgrade Export 1 of 4

    51032247_1

    NW 2004s SR2 Upgrade Export 2 of 4

    51032247_2

    NW 2004s SR2 Upgrade Export 3 of 4

    51032247_3

    NW 2004s SR2 Upgrade Export 4 of 4

    51032247_4

    NW 2004s SR2 Kernel 7.00 Linux on IA32 32bit

    51033031_1

    Oracle Client 10.2 for LINUX/I386

    51031613_4

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